All data came from the Wyoming Secretary of State’s website, except for the notes that are in red. Wyoming Secretary of State web site.
Below are links to the Select Investigative Committee’s report (July 23, 2014). It is in two parts, the report itself and another document containing the exhibits.
Report Exhibits (click on the exhibit numbers for details)
“Just last week Gov. Mead defended Common Core on a radio talk show, stating ‘Wyoming students have to have some standard to work from.'”
“His statement rang hollow to the tens of thousands of hours Wyoming teachers worked to create our own state standards over the last two decades — standards unique to Wyoming but now being flushed with the advent of a federal curriculum.”
~ Source The Ranger
At the Wyoming Freedom Conference 2014
Two speakers at the Wyoming Freedom Conference, Taylor Haynes and spokesman for Cindy Hill. A difference in style of addressing the audience. In my opinion, Taylor was thoughtful and addressed all the questions posed. He did not bash or bad-mouth any other candidate. Ku-dos for Taylor. Cindy’s spokesman addressed questions from the audience, however, for his initial presentation he continued to bash Matt Mead. Ok, he is certainly free to do so, yet this writer’s opinion, it lacks style or grace.