Wyo Dems will celebrate women’s suffrage in Wyoming with the reminder that we are, Still Working for Women in Wyoming.
Want to know how Democrats will win in 2020? Come hear from the party leader who is working 24/7 to make it happen. Proceeds from this fundraiser will be used to build our party statewide.
The Wyoming Democratic Party and Teton County Dems kindly request a contribution of $100 or more to attend this special event. For Young Dems (35-years-old and under), a minimum contribution of $50 is requested.
Can’t make the event? Sponsor a fellow Dem so that they can attend. Tickets are going fast. Buy yours today!
Calling all Teton County Democrats to walk with our donkeys in the 4th of July Parade. Please come dressed in your red, white & blue. We’ll provide the candy to throw to the crowd. The day before, State Committee Woman Barbara Prescott will host a sign-making party for the parade. We’ll provide more details as the date approaches.
2018 Pig Roast and General Election Kick-Off/Summer Central Committee Meeting - Saturday, August 25, 2018 – Buffalo, WY. More information to follow.
Topic: County Commission candidate forum.
The Chamber of Commerce will be holding two Business Over Breakfast (BOB) meetings in August to provide an opportunity to meet all the candidates running in the primary for the open Town Council and County Commission seats.
Join the Democratic Party for a little fresh air and some good hard work for the Town’s Annual Spring Clean Up Day. We’ll join other businesses and organizations in an effort to spruce up the area after winter. We will be meeting at 8:30 A.M. this Saturday, May 12th at Phil Baux Park.
We are encouraging everyone to wear their favorite Democratic shirt. All volunteers will also receive a free local Teton County Dems shirt.
Join Dave Sollitt, Board member of WPLI for a discussion.
The Teton County Task Force of the Wyoming Public Lands Initiative (WPLI) is currently evaluating two Wilderness Study Areas; Palisades Wilderness Study Area and Shoal Creek Wilderness Study Area, as well as other public lands within Teton County that could be designated as potential wilderness or other designation. My talk will outline the current status of the process, the different interests within the task force, and the legislative environment, both in Wyoming and in Washington. - Dave Sollitt, Board member of WPLI
This is also a great chance to hear a few Democrats speak about their upcoming elections. Those speaking are:
Gary Trauner for WY
Mike Gierau for Wyoming Legislature
Mark Newcomb for Teton County Commissioner
Don Frank for Town Council
Erin Weisman for County Attorney
Matt Carr for County Sheriff
Melissa Shinkle for Teton County Assessor