Cynthia Lummis has voted against Wyomingites' interests time and again. Check out her record:
Veterans and active duty military make up 10 percent of Wyoming's population. Lummis voted against healthcare for 9/11 first responders, crucial VA funding, and protecting military sexual assault victims.
Voted against healthcare for 9/11 first responders (H.R. 847, 2010).
Voted against extending VA projects including treatment for mentally ill and homeless veterans, housing assistance for homeless veterans, and financial assistance for very low-income veteran families (H.R. 2646, 2011).
Voted against protecting members of the Armed Forces who experienced sexual assault (H.R. 1960, 2013).
Farming and agriculture is one of the top three industries in Wyoming. Cynthia Lummis voted against country-of-origin labelling, against protecting land from eminent domain, and against supporting export markets.
Voted against country of origin labeling requirements – twice! (H.R. 10, 2011; H.R. 2393, 2015).
Voted against an amendment that ensured agencies take "every feasible step" to limit seizures of farm and ranch land (H.R. 1938, Vote #649, 2011).
Voted to eliminate the Emerging Markets Program, which promotes exports of U.S. agricultural commodities (H.R. 1947, Vote #264, 2013).
Wyoming's economy is struggling right now, and that includes our small businesses. Cynthia Lummis voted against financing for small businesses, against crucial stimulus funds, and against researching rare earth minerals.
Voted against early stage credit & financing initiatives for small businesses (H.R. 5297, 2010).
Voted against the 2009 stimulus package, which included supporting families with multiple children and allowing businesses to carryback losses (H.R. 1, Vote #46, 2009).
Voted against a DOE rare earth minerals research program (H.R. 6160, 2010).
The working class is the backbone of the state of Wyoming. Cynthia Lummis voted against protecting mine and oil workers.
Voted against improving mine safety and protecting workers who speak about unsafe or abusive conditions (H.R. 6495, 2010).
Voted against protecting offshore oil workers who report unsafe or abusive conditions (H.R. 5851, 2010).
If there's one thing Wyomingites value above all else, it's our families and our children. Cynthia Lummis voted against child nutrition programs, education grants, and infant mortality prevention.
Voted against child nutrition programs (S. 3307, 2010).
Voted against early childhood education grants (H.R. 5, 2015).
Voted against local programs that reduce infant mortality (H.R. 3470, 2010).
Voted against $18 million in autism research (H.R. 5756, Vote #541, 2010).
Senior citizens are among the most respected and cherished people in the state of Wyoming. Cynthia Lummis voted against protecting seniors from abuse, helping law enforcement find dementia patients, and for raising the Social Security retirement age.
Voted against grants to prevent elder abuse (H.R. 448, 2009).
Voted against reauthorizing the Missing Alzheimer's Disease and Patient Alert Program (H.R. 4919, 2016).
Introduced a bill to raise the retirement to 70 (H.R. 867, 2011) and supports privatization of Social Security and Medicare (H J RES 48, Vote #178, 2011).
Despite being a woman herself, Cynthia Lummis voted against equal pay for equal work, against regulating pesticides to protect pregnant women, and against grants to end child marriage.
Voted against the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act (S 181, 2009).
Voted against allowing EPA and state regulations of pesticides if they could harm pregnant women (H.R. 897, Vote #236, 2016).
Voted against authorizing grants to end child marriages in developing countries (S 987, Vote #645, 2010).
Indigenous communities are an important part of the history of Wyoming, as well as its current society. Cynthia Lummis voted against funding for the Indian Health Service, protecting tribal treaty rights, and protecting religious sites.
Voted against increasing funding for Indian Health Facilities (H.R. 2584, 2011).
Voted against protecting tribal treaty rights (H.R. 3189, 2011).
Voted against ensuring that coal mines and oil wells would not be placed on top of sacred Native American sites (H.R. 538, Vote #543, 2015).
Law enforcement are a vital part of our community here in Wyoming. Cynthia Lummis voted against helping local law enforcement, witness protection grants, and better preparation for terror attacks.
Voted against funding for community oriented policing services, including fighting crime in school and meeting emerging law enforcement needs (H.R. 1139, 2009).
Voted against witness protection grants (H.R. 1741, 2009).
Voted against establishing a grant program within Homeland Security to train emergency responders for major metropolitan terror attacks (H.R. 5859, 2016).
Part of what makes Wyoming special is the nature that surrounds our communities. Cynthia Lummis voted against keeping public lands in public hands, against protecting wilderness, and against acknowledging the cause of climate change.
Voted against maintaining keeping Public Hands in Public Lands (H.R. 2822, Vote #403, 2015).
Voted against conserving 2 million acres of wilderness, including the Wyoming Range Legacy Act that Wyoming’s Republican Senator Craig Thomas had fought so hard for (H.R. 146, 2009).
Voted against acknowledging that greenhouse gas emissions contribute to climate change (H.R. 3826, 2014).
Now more than ever the American people understand the importance of election security. Cynthia Lummis voted against prohibiting foreign donor influence, against transparency in election finance, and against punishing election hacking.
Voted against prohibiting foreign-controlled corporations from making political donations (H.R. 5175, 2010).
Voted “not voting” on a bill requiring disclosure of foreign companies donating to presidential campaigns (H.R. 359, 2011).
Voted against sanctions on countries that attempt cyberattacks on U.S. elections. (H.R. 5711, 2016).