Freudenthal comments on WY Democratic caucuses
Says he is still undecided on candidates
by Governor Freudenthal media release
March 7, 2008
(Cheyenne) The nation’s attention is focused on Wyoming today as tomorrow’s Democratic caucuses draw nearer and the two Democratic candidates make appearances in the state.
Gov. Dave Freudenthal said he is intrigued by the interest in Wyoming’s upcoming caucuses. As a superdelegate in the Democratic Party, Freudenthal remains undecided on the candidates.
Today (Friday, March 7) the Governor issued the following statement:
"It is remarkable that Wyoming’s Democratic caucuses are garnering the nation’s attention this year, and it is even more interesting that both candidates will make appearances in the state today. With their visits to Wyoming, I can no longer say that neither of the candidates has paid attention to Western issues. I encourage Wyoming voters to participate in the upcoming caucuses and to make their own decision on who they think will be the best candidate. I intend to participate in the rallies today for both candidates, but I still have not made a choice between the two. I continue to consider their advantages and to watch the process with interest.”