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McCain and Obama in WYO – It’s Not Just About Them

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 By Deborah Smith/Steve Powers, Public News Service - WY, Contact
October 20, 2008

Rawlins, WY – The presidential race is stealing too much attention in Wyoming, according to some people who are organizing local candidate forums. Candidates running for local office are ready to meet folks in Sublette and Carbon counties today, and organizers are hoping for good turnouts.

Matt David with the Wyoming Conservation Voters Education Fund is putting together the details for the forum in Pinedale. He wants voters to realize how much local elected leaders affect everyday quality of life in Wyoming.

"Possibly, this is the most important election ever for Sublette County because of all the development that's going on, and the impacts that that brings, both good and bad."

Jacqueline Bowlus is organizing the forum in Carbon County tonight, co-sponsored by Carbon County Higher Education. She says all topics are game for the county commissioner candidates willing to be grilled: "Infrastructure and taxes, accountability, housing development, energy development impacts, water and the economy."

The Sublette County Chamber of Commerce is co-sponsoring the forum. David encourages voters to bring lists of questions for the candidates.

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