Tim Chesnut Talks About His Race for Congress

For the past 14 years, Democrat Tim Chesnut has served as an Albany County Commissioner. Before that, he was a sports reporter and photographer for the Laramie Boomerang. 
Now, Chesnut is setting his sights on Congress and is running against incumbent Republican Senator John Barrasso. Chesnut faces Barrasso on the General Election ballot after winning the Democratic primary in August. While it may be a tough race, Chesnut says he threw his hat into the ring to bring a breath of fresh air into the election. 
Chesnut sat down with K2's Taylor Viydo and discussed how he plans to fight for Wyoming jobs, and why he agrees with President Obama's healthcare law.