Saturday, March 19, 2011

Wendy Soto is new president of the Laramie County Democratic Grassroots Coalition

Wendy Soto at the Laramie County Democratic Grassroots Coalition reports this news:

I’m happy to tell you that last week I was elected President of the Laramie County Democratic Grass Roots Coalition. Other officers for the coming year are Calob Taylor, Vice President, Ann Marie Bobo, Secretary, and Louise Ramondi, Treasurer. Congratulations folks, I'm looking forward to working with all of you.

I’m also looking forward to leading this organization. I believe we are in the midst of an opportunity to make significant changes in Laramie County, and Wyoming. In order to “Stand Up, Push Back and Connect”, and ultimately flip our county and then our state, the Grass Roots Coalition and Laramie County Democratic Party will need all the support they can get. One of my goals as the President of LCDGC is to reach out to Democrats throughout the county and increase membership and involvement.

The current goals of the Coalition can be found on the information page, and I will be posting a membership form. Please consider this your personal invitation to join me in working toward meeting the goals of the Grass Roots Coalition, and the Laramie County Democrats.

Thank you,
Wendy Soto

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Joanne Kennedy said...

Wendy, congratulations! I think you're just the woman to revitalize the group and make things happen. I agree that we have an opportunity to make real change happen in Wyoming if we "stand up, push back and connect."

Ken McCauley said...

Wendy brings a lot of ambition to this position, and her enthusiasm is contagious.

She also has the experience as a candidate. It's easy to sit around and ponder issues, but when campaigning door-to-door, she's heard the issues first hand and knows what the real issues are that matter to Laramie County.

The Grass Roots Coalition is where Democrats, and anyone wanting to make a real change in the way our politics are run, can make a big different from the grass roots level. It avoids much of the "politics" of politics. I encourage everyone to join and be part of the solution!

Ken McCauley