Carrie put roots down in Laramie in 2007 after growing up in Maryland and attending college in South Carolina. She has a BA in Sociology and a Masters in Political Science from the University of Wyoming, and works as a research analyst studying education policy. Carrie and her husband Sid have two kids. She loves running, hiking, and cooking, and she formerly served as the Secretary for the Young Democrats of Wyoming.
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Chris has lived in Wyoming since just before he turned 3. He attended schools in Rock Springs and Green River before moving to Laramie in 1997 to complete a BS degree from the University of Wyoming in chemistry. Chris is a single father of three kids, and enjoys going camping, fishing, and hiking with his family around Wyoming.
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Pam moved to Laramie with her family in 1966 and claims it as her home. She worked at the Public Library, the University Bookstore, and Coe Library, and earned undergraduate degrees in Spanish and Computer Science. She is now happily retired and loves gardening and her cats and dogs. She also takes classes in archaeology and history and serves on the board of NARAL Pro-Choice Wyoming. She is the precinct committeewoman for 46-12.
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Ali has been involved with the Albany County Dems since the turn of the millennium and has served as Secretary since April 2019. She is also a Precinct Committewoman for 13-2. In 2018, she served as the Social Media and Communications Director for the Hunter for Wyoming Campaign. By day, she is a video producer who specializes in short features and documentaries. Ali strives to create better communities through mentoring youth and volunteering with many organizations including Progressive Voter Alliance, Black Dog Animal Rescue, Be the Change Scholarship Committee, and Albany County Democrats.
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Ken is a lifelong Democrat. He has lived in Wyoming since 2012 when he became a Professor of Law at the University of Wyoming College of Law. In 2016 he was a Wyoming delegate to the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia, and ran for the Wyoming House of Representatives from HD 46. Since 2017 he has served as a Precinct Committeeman from Precinct 46-2. In addition to his duties as State Committeeman from Albany County, he currently serves on the Bylaws Committee of the Wyoming Democratic Party. He enjoys running and photography.
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A lifelong Wyomingite, Tanna was born in Cheyenne, raised in Lander, and has called Laramie home for 28 years. She has great advice for individuals interested in getting more involved: “At first it doesn’t need to be much. You could start by attending Albany County Democrats' monthly meetings, serve on a committee, help to canvas for a candidate you support. Or, simply have discussions with neighbors and friends about current events. It seems like once I took the initiative to be more active, opportunities to become involved were more apparent to me.”
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