It is a ‪ Working Wednesday‬ and the WOA, Wyoming Optometric Association, is presenting before the Wyoming Legislature’s Joint Labor Health Committee.

I’m Scott Clem and I’m glad you’re visiting this site. A little about me… I’m a simple man who loves Wyoming, loves his family, and loves the Lord. I was elected as a State Representative in 2014. This site is designed to give YOU information. You’ll not only find information about myself and my positions, you’ll also find information on how you can get involved. If you can’t find what you’re looking for, have questions about legislation or state services, or just want to sound off on an issue that is important to you , then please contact me. As a public servant, I’m here to serve YOU! My views on issues are in part the following: with more found here.


Who makes education funding decisions?

The answer is both the legislature and local school boards. The legislature sends a block grant to local districts. The local school board then decides how many administrators it should have and how much to pay them. The local school board decides how many teachers it should have and their salaries. The same is true to librarians, nurses, maintenance, special programs, aids and clerks, instructional facilitators, activities, sports, and so on. All decisions about personnel, supplies, technology and transportation are made by the elected local school board…read more

These are my thoughts on some of the issues we face: Education: “Common Core (CC) is the socialization of education; Wyoming can do better. School boards/districts should be accountable to parents.” The Environment:: “I don’t believe that CO2 is a pollutant, and am furious of the EPA’s overreach.” “Marriage and social issues: “Our intrusive federal government has been violating the 10th Amendment.” “Public land: Should Washington D.C. bureaucrats control half our state and our minerals, and thereby our jobs? NO! Let Wyomingites control their own lands, minerals and our own future!

May 15 2018: When was the last time a major Wyoming newspaper (Casper “red” Star Tribune) ran a top story about a person who shared an article on their personal Facebook page? When was the last time two cities and a county issued a joint statement because they didn’t like what that individual shared on Facebook? Is this as ridiculous as it sounds? What if that person was you? Our local GOP chair shared an article on her personal page and quoted part of it in her post. No opinion from her, just a post share. It was about radical LGBTQ activists who want to promote their cause and silence anyone who disagrees with them, especially Christians. Unfortunately, there are those in elected positions right here in our county who would silence free speech they don’t like by using bullying tactics, just like the article talked about. What irony! Regardless of where you stand on this issue, I stand for free speach, even if it’s speech I don’t like. The freedom of speech is the freedom to think.

Though Persecuted, Christians and Patriots are Standing…read more

“I have a strong record that reflects social and fiscal conservatism, and I look forward to using my skills to further represent the greatest group of people in Wyoming.”

How to Participate in the Legislative Process during Legislative Session:

The Wyoming Legislature offers a variety of services to help Wyoming residents actively participate in legislative sessions, whether you are in the Capitol or in your hometown. The information provided here explains services provided by the Wyoming Legislature to ensure your participation in the legislative process when the Legislature is in session.

General Telephone Messages and Correspondence:

If you would like to contact Scott directly during the session, call the House Receptionist at (307) 777-7852 to leave a brief message for Scott. Written mail may be directed to Scott in care of the Wyoming House, State Capitol, Cheyenne, WY, 82002. Fax messages may be sent to Scott at (307) 777-5466.

  • You may also contact Scott by Email. This is one of the most effective ways to communicate with legislators, especially if you would like to provide more detailed information than is available through the various telephone services. …See Details