The State Central Committee of the Wyoming Democratic Party will conduct elections for state party officers during their upcoming spring meeting in Casper. Meeting details are as follows:
State Central Committee Meeting of the Wyoming Democratic Party
Saturday, April 27, 2019, 11:00 AM (Elections at approximately 1:30 PM)
UW Extension Office of Agriculture Resource and Learning Center
2011 Fairgrounds Road, Casper, Wyoming
The following positions will be up for election:
•State Party Chair
•State Party Vice Chair
•State Party Secretary
•State Party Treasurer
To read statements submitted from candidates, click here. Not all candidates have submitted statements, and nominations must be made from the floor during the meeting.
The proposed 2020 Delegate Selection Plan is available for viewing by clicking here, and is open for public commentary.
All Meetings Open to the Public Unless Otherwise Noted
7:00 AM: Meeting of the Executive Committee, Evansville Room
8:00 AM: Meeting of the Labor Caucus, Mills Room
8:00 AM: Meeting of the Finance Committee, Evansville Room
8:00 AM: Meeting of the Progressive Caucus, Edgerton Room
9:00 AM: Meeting of the Delegate Selection Plan Committee, Midwest Room
9:00 AM: Meeting of the Women’s Caucus, Evansville Room
10:00 AM: Meeting of the Young Democrats, Mills Room
10:00 AM: Meeting of the Messaging Committee, Edgerton Room
11:00 AM: MEETING OF THE STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEE, CASPER ROOM
• Pledge of Allegiance, Welcome, and Recognitions
• Approval of Agenda
• Secretary’s Report
• Treasurer’s Report
• Finance Committee Report
• Messaging Committee Report
• Labor Caucus Report
• Progressive Caucus Report
• Women’s Caucus Report
• Young Democrats of Wyoming Report
• Staff Report
12pm Workplace Rights and Safety - Past, Present and Future: A Conversation Inspired by Workers’ Memorial Day with SAFER, Wyoming Trial Lawyers Association, Equality State Policy Center, Wyoming Workforce Services, OSHA, and AFLCIO.
12:30 PM: RECESS FOR WORKERS’ MEMORIAL LUNCH SPONSORED BY THE SMART UNION, TRANSPORTATION DIVISION
1:30 PM: STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEE CALLED BACK TO ORDER
• Forum with Candidates for State Party Executive Officer Positions
• Nomination and Election of Individuals to Serve as Executive Officers (State Chair, State Vice Chair, State Treasurer, State Secretary)
• Report of Delegate Selection Plan Committee
• Summer Meeting, 2019
• State Convention, 2020
• Consideration of Resolutions and Other Business
• ADJOURNMENT OF STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEE MEETING
• Meeting of the WDP Executive Committee
Signed: Joseph M Barbuto, Chair
12:00pm WDP Chair- Joe Barbuto- Introduction
12:01pm Mark Aronowitz of SAFER and Marcia Shaynor or Wyoming Trial Lawyers Association- How Far We Have Come, and A Call to Action For the Future of Wyoming Workers
12:10pm Chris Merrill of Equality State Policy Center- The Importance of Citizen Engagement and Participation.
12:15pm Robin Cooley of Wyoming Workforce Services-tbd
12:20pm Karen Godman of OSHA- tbd
12:25pm Stan Blake, Legislator and Luncheon Host- Workers Memorial Acknowledgement
12:30-1:30pm Workers Memorial Luncheon
The Wyoming Democratic Party believes that the promise of Wyoming should promote inclusion and opportunity, that fairness and hard work are Wyoming values, and that a common sense approach means striking a balance between sticking to traditional roots and bringing new voices to the table.
The Wyoming Democratic Party is committed to being a voice for all of Wyoming.
Join us in honoring our past while embracing our future.
It is an exciting time to be a Wyoming Democrat.
Traveling our state, I am inspired by the resurgence of energy taking place in our party. People are no longer willing to sit on the sidelines - they want to be in the game, making a difference, and electing Democrats. A blue wind is blowing across this state.
Our state needs a change. For too long, one party has gripped the majority of elected offices. As a result, we suffer dwindling revenues, declining population, threats to public lands, cuts to education, and even challenges to our civil rights. Voters from both sides of the aisle agree - it’s time for balance, accountability, and retreat from the status quo.
That’s why it’s such an exciting time for our party. We have the opportunity to elect Wyoming Democrats up and down the ballot in 2018. Expert staff, local parties, elected officials, activists, and state party officers are committed to making that a reality in November.
Now… we need you.
Become involved with your party. Knock on doors for a candidate. Make phone calls. Attend local party meetings. Invest in the Wyoming Democratic Party. Success depends on you.
Thank you for visiting our website and supporting this organization. Let me know how the state party can be of service.
A blue wind is blowing in the Equality State.