3 Dems weighing Senate bids in Wyoming

Blake, Aaron
June 2007
Hill;6/12/2007, Vol. 14 Issue 69, p14
The article reports on the interest of three Wyoming Democrats in running for the open Senate seat in 2008 which became open when Senator Craig Thomas died in June 2007. Thomas died seven months after he announced that he had been diagnosed with leukemia. While, Republicans still determined whom they will appoint to the seat in the interim. Gary Trauner, Mike Massie and Paul Hickey are talking with fellow Democrats about the open seat.


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