Hillary Clinton-Organization, Wyoming
updated February 29, 2008


Headquarters: 1603 Capitol Ave., Offices 207 & 209, Cheyenne, WY 82001-4542   Phone: 307-778-3177
Casper Office: 1455 S Poplar St, Casper, Wyoming 82601   Phone: 307-265-4349
State Director Jon Lipshutz
Political director on Clinton's Wisconsin primary campaign and previously a regional field director for the Clinton campaign in Iowa.  Lipshutz has worked in Wisconsin politics since the 2000 general election.  In 2006 he served as Wisconsin state director for the national AFL-CIO.  In 2005 he was the Wisconsin state director of AUPSS (Americans United to Protect Social Security).  He has worked on a number of state and local races including Peg Lautenschlager’s successful race for Attorney General in 2002.  Graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Steering Committee
Barbie Ahr, Former National Democratic Committee Member (Wilson, Teton County)

George Bagby, State Representative (Rawlins, Carbon County)

Joan Bangen, Early Childhood Consultant (Casper, Natrona County)

Mary Gilmore,  State Representative (Casper, Natrona County)

Mary Hales, State Representative (Casper, Natrona County)

Michelle Hoffman, Superintendent of Fremont School District 14 Wyoming Indian Schools (Ethete, Fremont County)

Kathy Karpan, Former Secretary of State (Cheyenne, Laramie County)

Rae Lynn Job, State Senator (Rock Springs, Sweetwater County)

Aaron Merkin, State Student President of the Wyoming Education Association (Laramie, Albany County)

Leslie Petersen, Former candidate for Secretary of State (Wilson, Teton County)

Helen Pulos, Former General Manager of The Rocket Miner (Rock Springs, Sweetwater County)

T.R. Shelby, Former Chairman of the Democratic Party (Jackson, Teton County)

Michael Sullivan, Former Governor, Former Ambassador to Ireland (Casper, Natrona County)

PRESS RELEASE from Hillary Clinton for President
March 8, 2008

Clinton Beats Expectations In Wyoming With Near Split In Delegates

Clinton Campaign Manager Maggie Williams issued the following statement in response to the Wyoming caucuses and our estimated pick-up of five delegates:

"We are thrilled with this near split in delegates and are grateful to the people of Wyoming for their support.  Although the Obama campaign predicted victory in Wyoming weeks ago, we worked hard to present Senator Clinton’s vision to the caucus-goers and we thank them for turning out today.”


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