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From Cheyenne City Council to Secretary of State - Come Meet Your Candidates!

The Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce is hosting three upcoming Pancakes & Politics events. Now that we are past the Primary Elections, come and meet those who have advanced to the next stage of these political races.


City Council - There are six candidates vying for three seats on the Cheyenne City Council. This event will be moderated by Ken Dugas, MHP, LLP.

Date: September 11, 2018

Time: 7:30 - 9:00 a.m.

Location: LCCC Clay Pathfinder Bldg.

Ward 1: Scott Roybal and Jessica Sullivan

Ward 2: Rick Coppinger and Mark Rinne

Ward 3: Georgia Broyles and Ken Esquibel


State Electeds - Join us as the remaining candidates for Secretary of State and State Auditor answer your questions and those of the business community. This event will be moderated by Gay Woodhouse, Woodhouse Roden Nethercott, LLC.

Date: October 9, 2018

Time: 7:30 - 9:00 a.m.

Location: Little America Hotel & Resort

Secretary of State Candidates:

Ed Buchanan

Jim Byrd

State Auditor Candidates:

Kristi Racines

Jeff Dockter


Wyoming State Legislature - Join us as we hear from candidates progressing through the Primary election for House seats from Laramie County. This event will be moderated by Sam Shumway, AARP.

Date: October 16, 2018

Time: 7:30 - 9:00 a.m.

Location: Little America Hote & Resort

House Seat 8

Bob Nicholas

Mitch Guthrie

House Seat 10

John Eklund

Jenefer Pasqua

House Seat 11

Jared Olsen

Calob Taylor

House Seat 12

Clarence Styvar

Ryan Lindsey

House Seat 41

Bill Henderson

Sean Casteneda

House Seat 42

Jim Blackburn

Juliet Daniels

House Seat 44

Paul Johnson

Sara Burlingame


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