Wyoming Attorney General Resigns
Cheyenne, Wy – Attorey General Pat Crank is resigning
next month to go into private law practice in Cheyenne.
Crank made the announcement today.
He's served four and a half years under Democratic Gov. Dave
Crank says he's fortunate to have worked with a gifted leader
like Freudenthal, and also credited the staff in his office.
Crank says he will start September 2nd at Speight, McCue and
Associates in Cheyenne. Lawyer Jack Speight of the firm served as
state chairman of the Wyoming Republican Party in the 1970s.
Freudenthal says he's sorry to see Crank leave public office.
But the governor says he understands that after some 20 years in
public service, Cranks needs to make more money in private
He called Crank a forceful, tenacious and ethical advocate for
Wyoming and its citizens.