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Mayoral Debate

Tuesday, September 29th the Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce hosted mayoral candidates, Patrick Collins and Rick Coppinger.
Mayoral DebatePatrick Collins | Rick Coppinger
00:00 / 1:09:04

City Council Debate

Tuesday, October 13th the Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce hosted city council candidates:
Ward I:  Miguel Reyes, Cameron Karajanis, Jeff White, Pete Laybourn 
Ward II: Bryan Cook,  Keren Meister-Emerich, Tom Segrave, Boyd Wiggam
Ward III: Michelle Aldrich,  Rocky Case
City Council Debate
00:00 / 1:41:08


Mayoral Debate

Tuesday, July 21st the Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce hosted mayoral candidates, Patrick Collins, Rick Coppinger, and Marian Orr.
Mayoral DebatePatrick Collins | Rick Coppinger | Marian Orr
00:00 / 1:13:09

County Commissioner Debate

County Commissioner candidates Brian Lovett, Nathan Smith, Slade Raine, JC Manalo, Buck Holmes, Will Luna, Taft Love joined the Chamber for a debate on Tuesday, July 28th.
Commissioner DebateBrian Lovett | Nathan Smith | Slade Raine | JC Manalo | Buck Holmes | Will Luna | Taft Love
00:00 / 1:35:45

City Council Debate

City Council candidates Jeff White, Rocky Case, Cameron Karajanis, Pete Laybourn, Michelle Aldrich, Boyd Wiggam, Keren Meister-Emerich, Miguel Reyes, Tom Segrave, Bryan Cook joined the Chamber for a debate on Tuesday, August 11th.
City Council DebateJeff White | Rocky Case | Cameron Karajanis | Pete Laybourn | Michelle Aldrich | Boyd Wiggam | Keren Meister-Emerich | Tom Segrave | Bryan Cook | James Johnson | Richard Johnson
00:00 / 1:17:51

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