Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Wyoming Democratic Party moves headquarters back to Cheyenne

This news was announced over the weekend at the county caucuses. Here's coverage from today's Casper Star-Tribune:
After spending more than a decade in Casper, the Wyoming Democratic Party is moving its headquarters back to Cheyenne, a party spokesman said Tuesday. 
As of May 1, the state Democrats will set up shop in a converted house at 1909 Warren Ave., according to spokesman Brodie Farquhar. 
The Democrats have had their headquarters in downtown Casper since 2000. Farquhar said several Democratic legislators in southeast Wyoming – about the only area of the state that still has Democratic lawmakers – pushed for the move to Cheyenne so they could have access to the party office and so party staffers could help them during the legislative session.

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