Meet your Democratic Primary candidates!
Throne, a former legislator, is campaigning with a focus on lifting Wyoming out of a boom or bust economy. She says, “Today’s problems deserve better than yesterday’s thinking.”
Casner is running as a “common candidate” and pledges to be a voice for regular Wyomingites who need help.
Casner’s only online presence is through articles and other mentions of his campaign stops: https://www.rawlinstimes.com/news/ken-casner-making-another-run-for-office/article_510f4a87-c669-5f61-8a76-fbaca71e1e23.html
Wilde’s main focus during his campaign is to push for the legalization of marijuana. His only online presence is in articles and interviews about his candidacy: https://www.wyomingnews.com/news/local_news/rex-wilde-interview/video_55f73d34-7af5-11e8-8f68-fbf6ad9c145b.html
Green has said he is running for diversification of Wyoming policies. He has a limited online presence and has attended few debates or forums. Here’s a mention of him following a debate in Riverton: https://county10.com/economic-development-marijuana-major-talking-points-at-democratic-gubernatorial-debate-in-riverton-thursday/
“We need representatives with integrity and commitment to their community. I'm a 4th generation Wyomingite and I proudly serve Wyoming families as an immigration attorney. I want to serve ALL Wyoming families in the US House, and take our Wyoming values to Washington DC.”
"For too long, our representatives in Washington, DC have contributed to a corrupt culture of valuing those with financial means over the common voter. I'm running for Congress to restore power to the people and put an end to pay-to-play politics. As your representative, I will always put you first and advocate for the issues you care most about. If you're ready to own your own Congressman for a change, I'd appreciate your vote on August 21st."