Wyoming Governor Matt Mead, U.S. House Representative Cynthia Lummis and Robert E. Grady -- a venture capitalist with a home in Jackson -- are reportedly being considered to serve in a key position within President-elect Donald Trump's cabinet.

Lummis and Grady are among a handful of people being looked at by Trump's presidential transition team for the position of interior secretary, Politico reports.

And WyoFile reports Mead's name has also been included in the conversation.

Grady served in the George H.W. Bush White House and has ties to New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, who may be tapped for attorney general, according to the Politico story.

Forrest Lucas, a 74-year-old who co-founded Lucas Oil, is reportedly a top contender for the position of interior secretary.

The list of people who may fill that role also includes Trump's son, Donald Trump Jr., as well as Sarah Palin, Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer, Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin and Continental Resources CEO Harold Hamm.