By Ramsey Scott and Morgan Hughes
Wyoming Tribune Eagle Via Wyoming News Exchange 

Gordon sworn in as Wyoming's 33rd governor

 

January 10, 2019

Photo courtesy Jacob Byk, Wyoming Tribune Eagle

Gov. Mark Gordon is sworn into office by Wyoming Supreme Court Chief Justice Michael Davis during inauguration ceremonies in Cheyenne on Monday.

CHEYENNE - Wyoming's new governor, Mark Gordon, was sworn into office Monday, officially becoming the state's 33rd leader.

The newly minted chief executive used his inaugural address at the Cheyenne Civic Center to both praise his home state and outline his vision for it under his leadership.

Speaking behind a surprise gift made by his son, Spencer Young, a handmade wooden podium with artwork of the Capitol done by childhood friend Jim Clayton, Gordon focused on the potential of Wyoming and its people. But he also outlined many of the issues facing the state, including the need to diversify...



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