Nina D. Webber, Republican, is running for Wyoming State Representative in House District 24 to represent the citizens who live in Cody from 23rd Street west and includes all of the North Fork, South Fork and Yellowstone areas.
Nina was born in Casper, Wyoming - she has lived nearly all her life in the 307. In her formative years, she spent time with her Granddad on cattle ranches in Farson and Lander where she learned the Wyoming way of life and a set of values grounded in hard work and determination that serve her and her employers for a lifetime. A fond memory from that time was staying in the original homestead ranch house in Farson - one of Wyoming’s most remote spaces.
Nina lives on the North Fork. She is the Wyoming National Committee Woman and the President of the Wyoming Federation of Republican Women.
Nina is a Cowboy. Go Pokes! Nina holds a BS in Marketing and Human Resources from the University of Wyoming and an MBA from the University of Mary.
When Nina lived in Thermopolis, she was an active member of the Republican Party, and was elected as County Clerk and served for five years. Serving Hot Springs citizens in elections, budgets, grants, titles, licenses and historical documents was one of Nina’s greatest pleasures. The relationships she developed while county clerk will continue to serve the citizens of House District 24 when she is elected to represent them.
Her business experiences include the position of Land Accounting Manager “Land Man” at GAS Ventures, owner of a well servicing company in the Big Horn Basin, and Nursing Home Administrator in Thermopolis.
Nina enjoys yoga, photography, elk hunting, shooting, training/working bird dogs and has hunted Africa. She belongs to the NRA, SCI and Wyoming Gun Owners. She works/consults for GR Auctions and The Village Shoppe. Nina enjoys the services at the Cowboy Church on the South Fork.
She asks for your vote first in the August 16 Republican Primary. Early/absentee voting now in progress