Vogelheim to run for Wyoming House District 23

Citing his commitment to improving local infrastructure, championing small businesses and protecting the character of Teton County for local residents and families, former Teton County Commissioner Paul Vogelheim has announced the launch of his election campaign for Wyoming House District 23.

Vogelheim says, “Those of us who have been blessed to call Teton County home know that we as a community face many challenges and the laws passed in Cheyenne have a direct impact on our ability to tackle those challenges”

Vogelheim lives north of Jackson with his two step-daughters, Hannah and Olivia, and their three dogs. He was one of the founders of the Jackson Hole Food Cupboard.

He was a ski host for seven years at the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, served six years as the Chair for Jackson District of the Boy Scouts, and volunteered on the boards of Rotary Club of Jackson, Jackson Hole Air, and Teton Youth & Family Services.

With the announcement by Representative Andy Schwartz of his retirement, House District 23 is vacant going into this year’s election.

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