Senteney grew up in Torrington, Wyoming and graduated from Torrington High School in 1996. Upon graduation from high school, he joined the United States Marine Corps serving from 1996 to 1997. He then went on to study criminal justice at Western Nebraska Community College. He then attended Eastern Wyoming College where he studied pre-medicine. He also studied communications with a broadcasting emphasis at West Texas A&M University. Senteney is a correctional officer with the State of Wyoming.
Senteney's Facebook page outlined the following campaign themes:
Taxes: "I would like to introduce a bill that puts an end to Federal Income Taxes... I would like to introduce a National Sales Tax of 12%...The NST would apply to all transactions, from everyday transactions to "Wall Street" transactions. For example, if company A want to buy Company B for 1 Million Dollars the would pay 120K Dollars in taxes. This would eliminate the complexity of our current tax system, and eliminate the loopholes."
Invest in America Act: "All Federal Agencies, would transition to only using and purchasing; goods that are manufactured in U.S. Factories. All Contractors, Sub-Contractors, and Service Centers will only be U.S. based corporations."
During a debate on August 12, Lummis and Senteney were asked to discuss President Obama’s job performance. Senteney said, “He’s more of a dictator than a president, and I want to tell that to him to his face.”
Senteney is a father. He enjoys hunting, fishing and camping.