Serving you in Montana's Legislature

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Learn about Wendy!

Representative Wendy McKamey is in her third term in the Montana House of Representatives. She has been married 53 years to her husband, James Leslie McKamey. 


Their children include Monika Lowe, Mike McKamey, Lt. Col. Mark McKamey, Matthew McKamey, Dr. Mitchell McKamey, Marshall (deceased), Merrill McKamey, and 25 grandchildren!


An accomplish pianist, Wendy attained her Bachelor of Science degree in Housing and Home Management from Brigham Young University.

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 Political Experience:

  • Montana House Representative from 2015 - current;
  • Vice chair on State Administration and Veterans’ Affairs Committee; 
  • Vice chair of House Ethics; member of the Agriculture Committee; 
  • Member of the Education Committee;
  • Member of the Transportation Committee.


Honored By: 

  • Montana Highway Patrol and Sheriff's and Peace Officers;
  • Montana Chamber of Commerce;
  • The Office of Public Instruction for her legislative work in transforming Education;
  • The Montana Farm Bureau for her Legislative work regarding Agriculture.


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 Professional Experience: 

  • Co-owner of family ranch for over 40 years.
  • Successful local businesswoman for 17 years.
  • Alumnae of Leadership Great Falls. Served on High Plains Financial Board as Secretary and previously as Treasurer; 
  • United Way Board; Angel Flight board and Montana State Fair
  • Advisory Board for 16 years. 
  • Formerly, a teacher at Wasatch Academy private Presbyterian college- prep high school; 
  • Area executive director and constituent relationship manager with American Cancer Society; 
  • Account executive with KFBB TV and Statewide Publishing;
  • Substitute teaching in the public schools and teaching piano along with raising her seven children, and working on the family ranch, McKamey West, Inc..

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A Proven Record. Voting for Montana!

HB 166 • Tax cuts across the board, lowering brackets by 20%

HB 213 • Business tax cuts increasing exemption to $500,000

SB 414 • Eases seasonal employee insurance regulations

SB 171 • Tax reform to two brackets and no marriage penalty

HB 203 • Prohibits state enforcing federal firearms ban