Wyoming House Race Attracts National Attention

Laramie, Wy – The Democratic National Committee is
taking a closer look at Wyoming's U-S House race.
Wyoming state House Minority Leader Wayne Reese of Cheyenne spoke with the national committee members in Boston at the national convention.
Reese says the committee members see this year's race as winnable at least against Republican incumbent Barbara Cubin.
Reese says the Democrats believe Cubin has overstayed her welcome.
He notes they do not believe it will be an easy win. They also did not tell him which of the three Democratic Party candidates they feel has the best shot. The three are John Henley, Al Hamburg
and Ted Ladd.
Cubin faces four opponents from her own party in the August primary.