Wednesday, December 30, 2009

Folks for Freudenthal enlist polling company to study possible 2010 campaign

The AP's Ben Neary wrote this piece that appeared in yesterday's Casper Star-Tribune []:

Gov. Dave Freudenthal is polling public opinion of him and other possible candidates in next year's governor's race, even as he says he hasn't decided whether he will run again.

The Folks for Freudenthal committee paid $20,000 this month to Global Strategy Group, a New York political consulting and polling company, according to a report filed Monday with the Wyoming secretary of state's office.

The Repubs will have a field day with this. Let's hope it does lead to a third Freudenthal term. The state can't take another Republican governor, especially if taxes from energy extraction keep shrinking.

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