November 1, 2018
Recent Wyoming Republican Party events show the momentum building for the Republican Candidates as Election Day draws near.
The spirit of unity shown by Republican candidates after the primary has continued and gained momentum.
On October 12th the Republican Party hosted an event, in conjunction with the Fremont County Republican Party, to honor Senate President Eli Bebout. Senator Bebout, the first elected official in Wyoming to be both Speaker of the House and President of the Senate, stated that he was truly humbled by the evening. Appearing close to tears at several points throughout the night, he reflected that it was, "An honor to join with fellow Republicans, not only from the local and state level but nationally as well, to celebrate the strong leadership that represents the good people of Wyoming at every level."; Bebout elaborated that the large crowd in attendance represented the "Incredible unity of the Republican Party that serves as a testament to the accomplishments past and present of the entire Party.”
Other notable Republican Leaders in attendance, including United States Senators Mike Enzi and John Barrasso, United States Congresswoman Liz Cheney, Governor Matt Mead, and Republican candidate for Governor Mark Gordon, and many current and past State Legislators each contributed to that message, drawing from their own experiences.
Republicans rallied in unity on October 27th at another outstanding event, when the Campbell County Republicans hosted the Republican Rally to Victory. A large and enthusiastic crowd cheered on Senator John Barrasso and Treasurer Mark Gordon, who as the keynote speakers continued to rally Republicans to not just election victories, but commitment to do the hard work that will be needed to tackle the issues of our day.
These’s a warming climate of cohesiveness among Republicans throughout Wyoming, and both of these events showed that as they exceeded expectations in attendance, financial contributions and general enthusiasm for the work ahead. These successes and atmosphere indicate large Republican wins ahead, not just on Tuesday but far into the future.