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James Lee "Jim" AndersonREPRepublican State Senator, District 28
74
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9
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WYResidence (state)

James Lee Anderson (born July 24, 1948) is an American politician and a Republican member of the Wyoming Senate representing District 28 since January 7, 2013. During the 2012 presidential election he and Eli Bebout served as co-chairs of Mitt Romney's presidential campaign in Wyoming.

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Education3 - 3 of 1
Casper College
AS Business Management
1974
Past Positions1 - 5 of 5
Senator
Wyoming State Senate
2013 - Current
Director
Wyoming Machinery Company
1970 - 2010
Served
United States Army, Vietnam
1969 - 1970
Campaign Manager
Superintendent of Public Education
Campaign Manager
Secretary of State
Other Experience1 - 17 of 17
Board Member
Wyoming Geographic Names Board
Current
Life Member
Veterans of Foreign Wars
Current
Life Member
American Legion
Current
Member
Board of Directors, Wyoming Certified Public Accountants
Current
President
Mining Associates of Wyoming
2007 - 2008
President
Casper Rotary
1994
Member
Campbell County Republican State Committee
1988 - 1992
Chair
Campbell County Land Board
1985 - 1991
Chair
Campbell County Republican Party
1984 - 1988
Member
White House Conference on Small Business
1986
President
Campbell County Chamber of Commerce
1986
President
Campbell County United Way
1981 - 1984
President
Gillette Rotary Club
1984
Former Member
Economically Needed Diversity Options for Wyoming Executive Council, Wyoming State Senate
Former Member
Interstate Compact on Students of Military Families, Wyoming State Senate
Former Member
Travel, Recreation, Wildlife and Cultural Resources Committee, Wyoming State Senate
Former Member
Select Committee on Archaic Laws, Wyoming State Senate