Representative Tom Reeder

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Representative Tom Reeder HD 58
Representative Tom Reeder
Natrona County has been my residence for over the last half of my life. I love the good people here and of all the places in the world I could be, this is it! As your Representative in House District 58 I have deep desire to give back my knowledge and spirit to my constituents. I truly care about the decisions that are being made at this time in our State and I want to help our strength for the future. This position requires an open mind and experience working with others with future consideration in the present system and a strong desire for success.


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The Wyoming Legislature offers a variety of services to help Wyoming residents actively participate in legislative sessions, whether you are in the Capitol or in your hometown. The information below explains services provided by the Wyoming Legislature to ensure your participation in the legislative process when the Legislature is in session.

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How to Participate in the Legislative Process during Legislative Session:

General Telephone Messages and Correspondence:

If you would like to contact Tom directly during the session, call the House Receptionist at (307) 777-7852 to leave a brief message for Tom. Written mail may be directed to a Tom in care of the Wyoming House, State Capitol, Cheyenne, WY, 82002. Fax messages may be sent to Tom at (307) 777-5466.




Voter Hotline:

During the legislative session, you can recommend a vote for or against a particular piece of legislation by calling the Voter Hotline. Other than recommending that a legislator vote for or against an identified bill, you cannot leave a general message for legislators through this service. While it is not possible to speak directly with Legislators on the Voter Hotline, the recommendations are quickly delivered to legislators. Please keep in mind that legislators consider a variety of factors when making decisions about how to vote on pending legislation. The Voter Hotline is a toll-free call within Wyoming at 1-866-996-8683. Local callers within the Cheyenne area should call 777-VOTE (777-8683). The Hotline is operational on days the Legislature is in session from 7:30 a.m. until 5:30 p.m.

Bill Status Hotline:

You can call the Bill Status Information Service toll-free within Wyoming at 1-800-342-9570 to obtain the current status of any bill in the legislative process. This is a limited service that provides information about where the bill is in the process, but does not provide information about the details of the legislation. In addition, callers cannot leave messages for legislators at this telephone number. This service is available on days the Legislature is in session from 7:30 a.m. until 5:30 p.m.

Hearing Impaired Service:

If you have a hearing impairment, call the toll-free Wyoming Relay Service for information on any bill. The number is 1-800-877-9965 for TDD or Text Telephones. Ask the Wyoming Relay Service operator to dial (307)-777-6185 to obtain the status on bills. This service is available to all Wyoming residents with hearing impairments.

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