|Wyoming House of Representatives District 54|
|Bachelor's||Hartwick College, 1978|
Palmer's professional experience includes working as Director of Admission and Marketing at National Outdoor Leadership School, Admission Manager at National Outdoor Leadership School, and Senior Associate Director of Admission at Case Western Reserve University. He earned his B.A. in History from Hartwick College in 1978.
Palmer's website highlighted the following campaign themes:
- Excerpt:"Wyoming state government works, and we should be proud of this. But we can do better. Recent legislation has improved meeting law and public disclosure for many segments of the government, except the Legislature. It is time that the same good rules exist for all governmental entities. Government is for the people and the common good, not special interest groups."
- Excerpt:"What the legislature must do is give districts and our teachers a clear understanding of what the State expects of our educational institutions. Then the districts must be given the latitude to educate our children to those standards using the curriculum, techniques and tactics that make the most sense in our individual communities."
- Excerpt:"While tending to the Big Three, we need to diversify our economy by focusing on small business development. Assuring a climate that is conducive to start-ups and established businesses while maintaining important “quality of life” factors will lead to a more diversified economy and positive economic future."
- Excerpt:"We must move forward with systemic improvements such as developing a health insurance exchange and funding preventative care programs. Affordable healthcare that promotes prevention must be available to all of our citizens."
Palmer ran in the 2012 election for the Wyoming House of Representatives District 54. He defeated Michelle Hoffman in the Democratic primary on August 21, 2012. Palmer lost against Lloyd Charles Larsen (R) and Ryan Jefferson Jones (L) in the general election on November 6, 2012.
|Wyoming House of Representatives, District 54 Democratic Primary, 2012|
Palmer and his wife, Peg, have three children; Clay, Cole, and Loren.
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- [www.voteforpalmer.com Official campaign website]