Sen. Michael Enzi

Republican  •  Wyoming  •  3rd Term  •  Sworn In 1997
Current Term 2009 - 2015 View All

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  • Anonymous 04/06/2008 9:02am
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    This man is totaly against unemployment extensions , he hasn’t a clue of the sufferings in America. He is done in November so he doesn’t really care…

  • Anonymous 06/15/2008 5:16pm
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    Middle class America wake up! A vote for a Republican is a vote for your own demise. Is war moral or do the Republicans just use religion to sell out the well meaning and good folks of America? Remember in November!!!!!! Vote all these bums out!!!!!!!!

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    Wyohaygal 07/29/2011 11:07am

    I am proud to vote Republican. And who started the most recent ‘not a war?’ Voting the bums happened in 2010. I hope again in 2012! But not Enzi. He’s one of us!

  • MGGood 01/08/2010 4:34pm

    First of all if you are going to speak your mind on a subject show who you are… Where do you think the money comes from to support an extension of unemployment? As the economy is in turmoil companies do not have the cash to continue paying unemployment. If this type of bill is passed more companies would go further into debt paying out for no return, it is better for the company to get by through this economic crisis than to fail while supporting non-working old employees that do not provide for the company. Research a little about the topics they are voting for the present and the future. This bill would do nothing but hurt the recession that we are currently in.

  • Wyohaygal 01/28/2010 4:13am

    I am so fortunate to live in Wyoming with such great representation. Enzi has in good faith worked to support our state, and our nation. It takes a special person to live here, and a special person to represent us,and fight for our rights. Which we do in Enzi. Luckily all those comments from people I see are not his constituents, just wannabes. Keep up the good work,and thanks!

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  • elleedr 06/18/2010 10:10am

    If you are apart of the American unemployed or share the same views as the unemployed and want to have a peaceful march on Washington to show that we do need our unemployment or in support of unemployment, email me at This has to be done, a peaceful stand needs to take place soon to make a difference. Before a lot of Americans lose the little bit that they do have. We didn’t ask for the economy to be this way and it is not our fault that we can not find jobs all at the same time. We worked all of our lives and now that we need help, the people in congress is saying no! We are the ones that help pay for wars, national disasters, and the congressmen paychecks. Now they are telling us that they cannot pass a bill so we can feed and house our families. What is more important the “Oil Spill” or the unemployed and their children. I don’t think so, it’s time for a peaceful march, email me at, to make a peaceful stand now.

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    Wyohaygal 07/29/2011 11:08am

    Talk to your own reps. We talk to ours, and he listens. Poor you.

  • purplelilac3084 06/29/2010 5:17am

    S.3520 needs to be passed immediately. There are 15 million Americans who are “unemployed through no fault of their own,” and who are also frantically attempting to find new jobs that do not exist. The majority of these 15 million have a family dependent upon their income, so that increases the number to possibly 30 or even 45 million Americans who are in imminent danger of losing everything. When this happens, the financial and moral ramifications for this country will be dire indeed. I’ll say it again— S.3520 needs to be passed immediately! Thank you for your prompt attention to this matter.

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    pelmof 06/29/2010 7:21am

    Well there you are again, purplelilac3084: You did not write this text, I did. If you go to all the senator’s pages, you will see on 91 of them this text was placed there by me, not you. Only on the 8 remaining senator’s pages was this text placed by you. (I did not send to Byrd, obviously). At least when I placed the text I was polite enough to address each senator by name. I really don’t like having my text hijacked. And you have committed plagiarism and copyright infringement.

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  • metergoose 02/13/2012 2:11am

    Read a great offer of comparable articles, but only discovered this write-up to my taste, thank you Canada Goose Jackets

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379A Russell Senate Office Building Washington DC 20510
Washington, DC 20510
Phone: 202-224-3424
Fax: 202-228-0359


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