Cheyenne, WY (KGWN) - Between running for governor and resuming her post at the Wyoming Department of Education, Superintendent of Public Instruction and gubernatorial candidate Cindy Hill wrote a 56-page manifesto called, "The Second Red Book."
In it Hill calls for many reforms and criticizes the current state government. Hill has been outspoken about her relationship with Governor Matt Mead and some of the Wyoming Legislature.
Hill's reforms, she writes, would be enacted if she were made governor this fall. She wants more government transparency and the ability for citizens to investigate and even recommend prosecution of certain state officials accused of abusing their power.
Hill faces two candidates in the Republican primary this summer, the incumbent, Governor Matt Mead, and a retired physician Taylor Haynes. If Hill wins the primary, she'll square off against Democrat Pete Gosar, who only recently announced his candidacy.