Governor will punch cows after running the state

WYOMING – Wyoming Gov. Matt Mead is ready to ride off into the sunset when his term ends next year. Mead admitted on Fox News the other day, “After being in the political business, raising cows looks pretty good to me.”

Mead is term-limited as Wyoming’s governor and will wrap up his hold on the office next year. After that, he’s headed back to ranching.

Mead was also named as the third most popular governor in the US by the Morning Consult’s “Governor Approval Rankings.” The study was based on interviews with more than 195,000 registered voters across the U.S. from April 1 through July 10, 2017.

America’s Most and Least Popular Governors — July 2017 (Morning Consult)


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