Sheridan County Democratic Party Elections welcomed new officers and experienced hands to lead over the next two years in Tuesday’s county party elections. This week, Danielle Arnoux was elected Chair of Sheridan County Democratic Party (SCDP), replacing the long-serving Hollis Hackman, who led the party over the past ten years. Arnoux vowed to grow the party’s influence that “truly cares about Wyoming and its people today and tomorrow.”
Other Officers include David Myers as Vice-Chair, Jeannie Hall as Secretary, and Dick Kuzara continuing as Treasurer. Jacqueline McMahon and Rob Davidson were elected to serve in representing Sheridan at the Democratic State Committee level.
Arnoux stated, “Our values are working to support the needs of people, folks faced with job loss in a changing economy, those without healthcare. We need to create a sustainable economy, one that can support quality education for our kids and maintain a Wyoming that we are proud to call home for generations to come.”
In that spirit, the SCDP works with a growing number of local voters who want a better Wyoming and have established three action-oriented working groups. These Democratic Citizen Action Teams (DemoCATS) include: Climate Change and Public Lands will focus on forging a new energy economy and protecting our lands for future generations; Economy and Education working on support of a diversified, job-creating economy which can help generate funding to support our state’s critical services that are now under further budget reductions, and; Healthcare, which is critical for peoples well- being and a prosperous Wyoming, seeking s Medicaid Expansion for the most vulnerable and universal healthcare for all Wyoming citizens.
For more information on joining these growing efforts and additional Sheridan County, Democratic party activities please contact: sheridancountydemocrats.com.