Air Max 95 Albion
Sorge, on the other hand, has pledged a Air Max 95 Leather
Instead of attempting the nearly impossible by getting elected via write in, why don't Sorge and Berry's supporters invest time more wisely by preparing for the next election?
Two candidates who ran in the primary elections and lost have recently announced they'll be back on the ballot. This time, they'll appear as write in candidates.
What happens the first time one of these men believe they know better than their constituents? Which pledges Air Max 95 Albion did they make during the election season that they didn't mean but only said in order to be elected?
Beyond the ego it takes to be defeated by the voters only to come back, we think their "do over" reflects Air Max Sneakers Images
If your comment was not approved, perhaps.
This concept clearly eludes Sorge and Berry.
Berry seemed to attribute his revived campaign to anyone but himself, telling reporters it was people who continued to urge him on. He also credited "God and the holy spirit" for continuing his campaign.
You have issues with a business. Have a bad meal? Feel you were overcharged at the store? New car is a lemon? Contact the business directly with your customer service concerns.
Instead of asking voters to write them in, the candidates should start writing to the voters, preparing for themselves for victory in the upcoming years.
If these two men can't respect and abide by the results of a fairly held election, what else are they willing to bend to suit their own interests? And, are these the kind of men who should be representing Wyoming in the Legislature?
The two candidates are Bob Berry of Cody and Chris Sorge of Douglas. Both ran as Republicans, Berry against incumbent Sen. Hank Coe and Sorge against incumbent Rep. Richard Cannaday.
YOU SHOUTED YOUR COMMENT IN ALL CAPS. This is hard to read and annoys readers.
In politics, there are rarely do overs. And that's what makes electing good legislators so important in the first place. We have to trust them to do the right thing. There are few "do overs" and we elect them with the understanding they'll abide by the processes and listen to the voice of the people.
You see, winning is the goal, but anyone entering in the election process also has to accept that losing is a possibility. Accepting that gambit is part of the democratic process and essential for it to run smoothly. That's what it means to respect the rule of law. After the people speak, politicians or losing candidates abide by the results.
What does it say about a politician who isn't watching what special interest groups are saying about him? What can voters expect of a candidate who doesn't do a better job on his homework?
This story reported in CASPER is in error first of all because the candidates are well withing the Wyoming Statutes to run as write in candidates. It also does not reflect the closeness of the race for Berry (59 votes would have changed the outcome of a race where over 4100 voted) nor the fact that the electorate was under the impression that the primary was not a 'real' vote. Passionate views, pointed criticism and critical thinking are welcome. Name calling, crude language and personal abuse are not welcome. Moderators will monitor comments with an eye toward maintaining a high level of civility in this forum. Our comment policy explains the rules of the road for registered commenters.
If we can't trust their actions, all their words and promises become equally worthless.
a certain disingenuous and lack of respect for the system.
Candidates who don't play by the rules shouldn't win
During election season there are a lot of words spoken in the form of campaign promises and platforms. There is, sadly, precious little action. But in these two cases, we have plenty of action. Both Berry and Sorge lost and they've decided not to respect the voters. That should tell the voters how well they might listen if they were elected to office.
You called someone an idiot, a racist, a dope, a moron, etc. Please, no name calling or profanity (or veiled profanity $%^ rambled, failed to stay on topic or exhibited troll like behavior intended to hijack the discussion at Air Max Essential
There isn't an excuse strong enough to override the fact that the voters have spoken and have rejected Berry and Sorge respectively. To not honor that is an insult to the voters. We're just saddened that voters might be called upon to do repeat the exercise all over again come November for these rather dense two candidates in Park and Converse counties.
While we'll reserve comment on implicating God in Wyoming politics, we can't help but wonder if the people truly want him to continue, then why didn't those same people turn out in enough force to put him into office in the first place?
more organized, aggressive campaign for the general election and said he didn't know about several endorsements from key conservative groups.
Air Max 95 Albion
Nike Air Max American