Election Day is Nov. 6, 2012


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It’s that special time of year again. That time that rolls around every four years, and it’s the time for you truly to make a difference in your community. That’s right, it’s election time.

“In what other country can you voice your opinion?” asked Laramie County Elections Manager Debbie Valdez-Ortiz. “Voting is everyone’s right and a way to express your opinion.”

This November you can cast your vote for many candidates seeking positions for Laramie County commissioner, both two-year and four-year terms; Cheyenne City Council, Wyoming Legislature, Laramie County Community College trustees, Laramie County School District No. 1 at-large trustees, and Residence Area C through F for Laramie County School District No. 2 trustees.

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More commissioners may not lead to more representation

A 2010 petition for more diverse representation within Laramie County led to the creation of two additional county commissioner seats that will, for the first time, be filled at the Nov. 6 general election. Laramie County Community College political science instructor Dave Marcum said the reason for the push to change from three to five commissioners was the lack of representation from rural parts of the county.

Currently, the commissioners represent the entire county at large, but Marcum said state law also grants the power for the counties to create districts.

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