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2018 Wyoming Gubernatorial race: debates and news coverage


    Click on a participant to pop-up their full list of quotations
    from 2018 WY Governor's race (number of quotes indicated):
  • Bill Dahlin (15) Wyoming Republican candidate for governor of Wyoming
  • Mark Gordon (5) Wyoming Republican candidate for governor of Wyoming
  • Mary Throne (9) Wyoming Democratic candidate for governor of Wyoming
  • Michael Enzi (1) Republican Sr Senator Wyoming
    OR click on an issue category below for a subset.

    Wyoming 2018 Gubernatorial debates and race coverage:
  • Gillette News Record, "Six Republican candidates for governor appear in Gillette," by Kathy Brown, Aug 14, 2018
  • Wyoming Tribune-Eagle, “GOP gov. candidates finish debate with fireworks,” by Seth Klamann, August 3, 2018
  • KPVI 6-News, "After unusual start, democratic debate remains civil," by Katie King, August 1, 2018
  • Jackson Hole News & Guide, "LGBTQ law wins second approval," by Cody Cottier, July 4, 2018
  • WyoFile.com, “Drug treatment gaps drive Wyoming’s prison problem,” by Andrew Graham, June 21, 2018
  • Casper Star-Tribune, “Candidates for governor support diversification, avoid tax reform,” by Andrew Graham, June 20, 2018
  • US News & World Report, “Governor Candidates Debate Technology Development,” by Mead Gruver, June 11, 2018
  • Rawlins Times, “Gordon addresses state education, healthcare and prisons,” by Mathew McKay, June 9, 2018
  • Torrington Telegram.com, “Gubernatorial contenders take the stage at EWC,” by Crystal R. Albers, June, 2018
  • Rawlins Times, "Throne addresses overcrowded state prison," by Mathew McKay, May 2, 2018
  • Huffington Post, "Sen. Mike Enzi: A Guy Who Wears A Tutu To A Bar 'Kind Of Asks For It'", 4/25/2017
  • KGAB-AM 650, "Throne running as 'Wyoming Democrat' for Governor," 4/6/2018
  • Uinta County Herald, "Throne looks to become state's 2nd woman governor," by Sheila McGuire, Aug. 27, 2017
  • Fremont County10, "Cheyenne’s Mary Throne is first to announce run for Governor," August 27, 2017
  • Huffington Post, "Sen. Mike Enzi: A Guy Who Wears A Tutu To A Bar 'Kind Of Asks For It'", 4/25/2017
  • Better Wyoming, "An Interview with Rep. Mary Throne, HD-11", Oct. 8, 2016

 OnTheIssues.org excerpts:  (click on issues for details)
Abortion
    Bill Dahlin: There is nothing positive about abortions.
    Bill Dahlin: Pro-life and pro-family.
    Mark Gordon: Pro-life except for incest, rape, or maternal life.
    Mark Gordon: Anti-abortion, with exceptions like rape cases.
    Mary Throne: Keep the government out of pregnancy decisions.
Budget & Economy
    Bill Dahlin: Economy needs diversification and promotion.
    Mary Throne: Budget will maximize revenues and cut unnecessary costs.
Civil Rights
    Bill Dahlin: There's plenty of bathrooms; don't allow transgenders.
    Mary Throne: Stood alone in sole support of LGBTQ discrimination ban.
    Michael Enzi: We need civility for gays; not more laws.
    Mary Throne: Gender wage gap must be addressed.
Crime
    Bill Dahlin: Rehabilitate prisoners instead of warehousing them.
Drugs
    Bill Dahlin: Industrial hemp could help Wyoming farmers profit.
Education
    Bill Dahlin: Talk to educators: children are our future.
    Mark Gordon: Focus on efficiency studies; ensure teachers are well paid.
    Mary Throne: Strengthen˙our education system for our children.
Energy & Oil
    Bill Dahlin: I love coal and the energy sector.
    Mary Throne: Multiple sources for energy; not an "either or" situation.
Environment
    Bill Dahlin: State can handle mineral/energy use; won't hurt environment.
    Mary Throne: States can regulate environment and energy policies alone.
Gun Control
    Bill Dahlin: Supports the Second Amendment and owns an AR15.
    Mark Gordon: Pro-family, pro-guns and conservatives.
    Mary Throne: Pro-gun but not unrestricted access.
Health Care
    Bill Dahlin: No Medicaid expansion; let Washington fix it.
    Mary Throne: Expand Medicaid: a no-brainer answer to cover more people.
Jobs
    Bill Dahlin: People leaving to seek out-of-state jobs; remedy needed.
Local Issues
    Bill Dahlin: Improve our state, so we can keep our young people here.
Social Security
    Bill Dahlin: Does not want Medicare or Social Security jeopardized.
Tax Reform
    Bill Dahlin: Taxes shouldn't be the "go to" in bust times: must diversify.
    Mark Gordon: Reorganize government instead of raising taxes.


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  • Bill Dahlin Wyoming Republican candidate for governor of Wyoming
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  • Mary Throne Wyoming Democratic candidate for governor of Wyoming
  • Michael Enzi Republican Sr Senator Wyoming

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