The Campbell County Attorney’s Office declined to move forward with or prosecute complaints made against the Our Community Our College PAC and co-owners of Sole Mates last week, leading up to the special election to form an independent community college district around Gillette College.

Jeff Raney, a local Republican activist, filed two complaints to the Wyoming Secretary of State last week alleging Sole Mates and the Our Community Our College PAC of offering and promoting a 20% store discount for customers to vote "yes" in the special election.

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Ka12

Sooner or later republicans are going to have to understand the fact that if they lose an election it is because they have a poor message not because the election is rigged. I just hope it is sooner. A lot of republicans voted yes on the college because there are not enough liberals in Gillette to pass something like this on their own. They see the good it will bring to Gillette. Stop crying wolf every time you lose.

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