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Natrona County Democrats hope for more diverse representation and a unified country

Michael Bond talks to Wyoming News Now  Nov. 9
Michael Bond talks to Wyoming News Now Nov. 9(Screenshot of a Zoom meeting)
Published: Nov. 9, 2020 at 7:02 PM CST
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CASPER, Wyo. (Wyoming News Now) - The Associated Press declared Joe Biden the winner of the 2020 presidential election on Saturday. Natrona County Democrats are hoping for a more unified country.

Michael Bond, the Natrona County Democrats Vice Chair, said they hope to see a country where states aren’t divided into red states or blue states.

Bond adds he hopes republicans do their own research about their platforms and don’t buy into misconceptions about gun or tax platforms.

“Our platform talks about the tax system being fair and equitable,” Bond said.

He adds that their plan mentions adding more industries to the state besides energy and that the economic picture for the state is changing fast.

Bond adds he’s aware the two-party system isn’t perfect, but it’s what we have now and Democrat and Republican voices should be heard.

“That’s the way democracy works. The more involvement the more voices, but ultimately the majority rules and we go on,” Bond said.

We reached out to the Natrona County Republicans and didn’t hear back.

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