Keith Goodenough for US Senate


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Wyoming Constitution Article 1, Section 1

All power is inherent in the people, and all free governments are founded on their authority,

and instituted for their peace, safety and happiness; for the advancement of these ends

they have at all times an inalienable and indefeasible right to alter, reform or abolish the government

in such manner as they may think proper.


Listen to Keith on the Goodenough for Senate radio program at BlogTalkRadio!




 Learn more about the program and find your local station.

The show will air on Friday, August 8 at 9:00 PM and again on Sunday, August 17 at 5:00 PM. For more information see Wyoming PBS.

Did you know?

Democrat Sean Tevis is running for office in Kansas raised nearly $100,000 by asking people to donate $8.34 each. Read about it on National Public Radio's website.

Keith's campaign financing is clearly different from most candidates. Read more (and make a donation!) at his Donate page. As always, you are invited to join the discussion at Keith's blog.

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Listen to a recorded debate between Keith and opponent Carter(June 30, 2008)

About Keith

I graduated from Kelly Walsh High School, attended Casper College, and graduated from the University of Montana with a Forestry Degree. I worked in Wyoming as a Forester, Woodcutter, Outdoor Caretaker, and Utility Line Locator; altogether I have 36 years of working in the great Wyoming outdoors.

I served in the Peace Corp from '80-'82 in Guatemala, Central America. This was during the Death Squad era when the Elites were killing the Mayans - the indigenous native of the country. Mayans were asking for land reform and an end to oppression. This violently tyrannical experience motivated and educated me to become politically active.

I started my political career by helping other Democratic candidates and subsequently ran for office myself. Since that time I have been elected 6 times within a heavily Republican county - which speaks to my appeal to all citizens who care the future of Wyoming and our country.

For over 24 years, I have been an active participant in the political scene of Wyoming. I ran for office 12 times.  I thoroughly understand what Wyomingites believe, and I have the ability to speak on their behalf but also deliver that message to the powers in D.C.

As a lobbyist for the Wyoming Coalition Against Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault, I was able to improve state laws and help protect women and families.

I have worked in Wyoming, I have been a public servant to the citizens of Wyoming, and I am experienced on political processes and needs of Wyoming citizens.

I will go to DC only owing the citizens for their financial support, and I will represent our great state and help direct our country out of the mess it is in due to greed and lack of vision.

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