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Volume 4, Number 8 - May 20, 2004
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Candidates start filing for primary election

Health Care

With the filing period open for nearly a week already, only incumbent Walt Bousman had filed for the two available Rural Health Care District seats. Incumbent Garry Eiden Sr. currently serves but hasn't filed for re-election.

The filing period closes at the end of the business day May 28.

Four vie for county commission

By Wednesday morning, four candidates had filed as county commission candidates. Republicans Louie Tomassi and John Linn, both of the Big Piney area, filed to challenge incumbent Gordon Johnston of Daniel for the four-year term.

In addition, Bob McCarty of Pinedale filed on the Democratic ticket for the seat.


According to filings with the Secretary of State's Office, there are several candidates running for their party's nomination for United States Representative, including Democrats Al Hamburg of Torrington, John I. Henley of Casper, Ted Ladd of Wilson. Republican candidates for the same seat include James (Jim) Altebaumer of Casper, Cale Case of Lander and Michael Oxley of Laramie.


Senate District 14 Democrat Larry Caller of Rock Springs will face Republican Stan Cooper of Kemmerer for the seat in the legislature.

Thayne Republican Pat Aullman filed for State Senate District 16.

Republican Frank Johnson of Kemmerer has filed for the House District 20 seat. Although she has announced she will also seek her party's nomination, Republican Kathy Davison has not yet filed to challenge Johnson for the nomination.

House District 22 Representative Monte Olsen, a Republican, remains unchallenged.

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