Candidates Visit Wyoming

Jackson, Wy – Two presidential hopefuls swung through the state this week. Democrat Bill Richardson and Republican Mitt Romney were in Jackson shaking hands with locals and filling the war chest for the battle ahead.
New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson canceled the meet and greet scheduled before his fundraiser on Tuesday because his plane was delayed. But Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney had better luck. A crowd of about 50 supporters filled a room at the 49er Inn and listened as the 2008 hopeful ran down his campaign to do list: Reduced government spending no precipitous withdraw from Iraq and no special path to citizenship for illegal immigrants already in the US. Romney says Wyoming has more political clout this year because its caucus could come as early as January. Because of that, the Republican says he'll be back to the Cowboy State