Saturday, February 02, 2008

Democrats hold "Super Tuesday" grand opening for new Cheyenne office

Happy Ground Hog Day!

Laramie County Democratic Party Chairman Mike Bell emerged from his super-secret bunker this morning, saw his shadow, and announced that the sun will shine on the Democrats during 2008.

That means it's time for The Party to party.

The LarCoDems invites the public to attend the grand opening of its new office at 117 W. 17th St. in Cheyenne on "Super Tuesday," Feb. 5, beginning at 6:30 p.m.

Democrats and others (Independents, for example -- even Republicans) from around the county are welcome to tour the headquarters, watch caucus and primary returns from across the nation, and enjoy snacks, beverages, and discussions about the future of our state and our country.

"This is the biggest presidential primary election day our country has ever seen," said Bell. "Democrats across the nation are energized by our candidates, which we can see in the record turnout out in the voting so far in the early primary states. We are looking forward to an exciting evening, and we are eager to show off our new office to anyone who wants to come by."

The Wyoming Democratic Party recently established the satellite office in downtown Cheyenne, and state party Executive Director Brandon Owens moved to Cheyenne to head up the new office. The official state party headquarters remains in Casper.

The downtown Cheyenne office also serves as the new headquarters for the Laramie County Democratic Party, which is sharing the space with the state party.

Contact: Chairman Mike Bell or Communications Director Nicole Novotny, LarCoDems HQ, 307-634-9001.

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