“Senate District 22” is what Cheyenne calls it. We call it Home. From Kaycee to Clearmont, from the Big Horn Mountains to the Powder River, this is 6,200 square miles of God’s country!

Doing Things the Wyoming Way

  • Keeping Government Small and Taxes Low
  • Creating Good Jobs For Wyoming’s Families
  • Assuring Great Education & Training for Youth and Non-Traditional Students
  • Developing Our Mineral Wealth Responsibly
  • Protecting Wyoming Seniors
  • Championing our Constitutional Rights & Liberties
  • Defending Wyoming Land, Water & Agriculture
  • Protecting Our Great Outdoors, Hunting, Fishing & Wildlife
  • Standing Up to Federal Government Over-Reach

Wyoming has a long history of good stewardship of God’s many gifts to us in this great state.  Usurpation by the federal government of our right as a state, and a people, to determine our destiny adds nothing to our quality of life, and threatens the viability of our jobs, industries, businesses and families.” 

– Dave Kinskey

“As the owner of a small business, I know how important it is to our economic success to keep spending down and taxes low. Wyoming businesses and families control their spending, so should Cheyenne. I will continue fighting to keep Cheyenne spending in check with low taxes and a state government that lives within its means.”

 – Dave Kinskey

Ensuring Our Government Lives Within Its Means
Dave Kinskey understands that our general fund is facing huge deficits – and action must be taken. Our families trust Dave to cut wasteful spending, fight tax hikes and oppose new programs that drain our budget.

Fighting for Our Farmers and Ranchers
Dave Kinskey knows that sheep and cattle prices are down and he’s more determined than ever to cut bureaucratic red tape and roll back the disastrous legacy that Obama left behind.

Standing Up for the Constitution
Our freedom of speech and religion, the right to life — even our right to bear arms — are under attack.  Dave Kinskey will fight to preserve our liberty.

Defending Our Energy Industry
With coal starting to ship and oil and gas prices on the rise, Dave Kinskey will continue fighting to strengthen our energy industry. Dave will fight to cut job-killing regulations like the Clean Power Plan that put our livelihoods in jeopardy.

Contact Me During the Legislative Session

Email Senator Kinskey

Citizen's Guidebook to the Wyoming Legislature

Let’s keep in touch during the legislative session. By Constitution the Legislature meets only 40 days in odd numbered years, 20 days in even numbered years. That means when “in session” the pace is fast.

E-mail is the best way to reach me: There is a flood of communication, but the #1 priority is for anything that comes from folks back home. It will get read. During breaks in the action, I will try to drop you a brief note to that effect.

In the Subject line it helps if you can mention your town or personalize it in some way so that I know yours is not a robot or spam email.

If you are going to be in Cheyenne, shoot me an email and lets set up a time to get together. Its good to see friendly faces from back home.

If you are in Cheyenne and want to drop in for a visit, please stop by the temporary Capitol at 3100 East Pershing Boulevard. The Senate receptionist will deliver a note to me on the floor and when there is a break, I can come off the floor to the lobby.

If you are in Cheyenne with a group, I always welcome the opportunity to participate in panel discussions and such with folks from back home. Drop me an email with the date time and place.

For regular U.S. Mail use this address: Dave Kinskey, c/o Wyoming Senate, 3100 East Pershing Blvd., Cheyenne, WY 82002

By Phone: You can leave a brief message with the Senate receptionist at (307) 777-7711. That message will get to my desk. I take my cell phone with me, but it’s just not as good a way to communicate as email.

The Legislature web site has a helpful booklet called “Citizen’s Guidebook to the Wyo Legislature” you can download below.

At 24 pages it might seem a bit much, but it is comprehensive with directions to the temporary Capitol, a map of the building and parking lot, and overview of the legislative process and how best to impact it.

I look forward to hearing from you or seeing you in Cheyenne during the session!