Lynnette Grey Bull, a Northern Arapaho and Hunkpapa Lakota MMIWG activist, is running for Wyoming's at-large seat in the US House of Representatives. This is her voice.
The Big Issues: COVID and School Re-Openings
In this episode, US House of Representatives candidate Lynnette shares her perspectives on school re-openings in the time of COVID as a mother of three. She expands on the letter she sent to the State Superintendent of Wyoming's Department of Education, asking for more detail on Wyoming's plans for keeping students, teachers, and family members safe in this uncertain time.
The Big Issues: COVID-19 in Wyoming
Jesse sat down with democratic US House of Representatives candidate Lynnette Grey Bull to talk all things COVID-19.
Charlie Hardy on Lynnette Grey Bull
Charlie Hardy is an enigma in Wyoming politics. He has run in statewide elections as a Democrat and as a Republican. He said he almost ran again in 2020 until he saw Lynnette Grey Bull was on the ballot.
The Big Issues: Energy Transitions & Right to Choose
US House of Representatives candidate from Wyoming Lynnette Grey Bull sits down with Hannah Habermann to talk about her policy platform on energy transition and a woman's right to choose.
Expert Talks: Lynnette talks with conservationist Jess Johnson about public lands
Lynnette Grey Bull sat down (on Zoom!) with State Policy Director for the Wyoming Wildlife Federation, Jess Johnson. In the conversation, they covered everything public lands: from wildlife overpasses to a shared joy from hunting.
The Big Issues: Public Lands & Ranching and Agriculture
Jesse Bryant talks to Democratic candidate for Wyoming's at-large seat in the US House of Representatives, Lynnette Grey Bull, about her public lands and ranching and agriculture policy platforms.
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She’s gonna change history
I didn’t know who to vote for until this podcast. Lynnette really shows that she is from the heart of Wyoming and is going to fight for ALL of us. If she wins she’d make history. She’s the first Native American to run for federal office in Wyoming!!
first native candidate EVER
an inspired candidate! could be the first native american to run for a major party federal seat EVER in Wyoming!
Too bad she isn’t from Wyoming. How can I vote for someone who doesn’t employ best qualified applicant. Did I mention she is not from Wyoming? Just like the previous Representative.