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About Reuben

Reuben Tarver has lived in Campbell County his entire life.  He is a third-generation cattle rancher who grew up working on his parent’s ranches.  His childhood instilled an excellent work ethic, core values of honesty, integrity and a love of the land he calls home.

Reuben has always had an entrepreneurial spirit. He left college early and went to work in the oilfield. His time there, brought about the creation of his first business. That first business lit the spark for other ventures that have paved his way in life. Today, he owns and operates multiple businesses servicing the oilfield, aviation and agricultural industries.

Reuben is a family man. He raised four children with his wife, Jenny, and then welcomed three grandchildren into the fold. Dedication to his family and the futures of his grandchildren are one of the major reasons he is driven to protect our freedom and ensure that Wyoming remains a state where there is opportunity for everyone.

Reuben has always been a proud resident of Wyoming. His hard work, persistence in the face of adversity and sense of humor have shaped him into a man who can take on just about any obstacle. He stands up for what he believes is right and feels that it is his time to give back to Wyoming. He has been listening to his friends, neighbors and community and knows that our freedoms are in jeopardy. Our way of life has changed and not for the better. He believes there should be accountability, transparency, fiscal responsibility and state sovereignty and knows it will take someone with a backbone to get it done.

Reuben is ready to be the voice for his constituents and represent them accordingly. He supports energy and agriculture and sees that the federal government is impeding growth and success for those industries in Wyoming. Small businesses are struggling to stay afloat and Reuben knows that these businesses are essential in keeping our communities thriving. He’s been in the trenches working in these industries his entire life and cannot stay on the sidelines any longer. His decision to run for House District 52 has not been taken lightly. He knows it will not be easy, but the old adage, “Put up or shut up,” rings in his ears. Now is the time for Reuben to fight for Wyoming and what makes it such a wonderful place to live.

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