Bio

Albert Sommers has lived on a Sublette County ranch all of his life. All four grandparents were early homesteaders in the Green River Valley.

Sommers attended high school in Sublette County and graduated with honors from the University of Wyoming in 1981 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering.

After university, he returned home to help run the family ranch. 

Albert with cowhorse Nibbles

Sen. McCain's
July 25, 2017 speech
about Congress and compromise:
transcript and video


POLICY STATMENTS

I am a Republican Because ...

The 2nd Amendment

My Experience

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    PO Box 1608
    Pinedale, WY 82941
    307-360-7060
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Albert Sommers 2022 campaign information Albert Sommers at his desk in the Legislature

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In 2020, new population data was collected through the US Census. This data is used to re-adjust the size of state legislative House and Senate districts.

Sublette County's population declined by more than 1500 people. The county's population is too small to warrant its own representative in the Wyoming House.

My legislative experience and leadership positions helped me keep Sublette County whole in the redistricting process. By including the LaBarge area in District 20, our district achieved the required population. As part of Sublette County School District #9, the LaBarge area is a natural fit within House District 20.

See below for details about the 66th Wyoming Legislature, the 2022 Session, and updates about my work there. For the latest news, visit my page on facebook.


My 2022 Campaign Announcement | Campaign Positions and Press Releases

2022 Legislative Interim Updates

2022 Legislative Budget Session Updates


Legislative website               To track individual bills               Session Calendar

I serve as Majority Floor Leader for the 66th Legislature and as a member of the Education Committee. In my previous four terms, I have served on the Appropriations, Minerals, and Education committees.