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Gingery & Petroff Run Again

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State Representatives Keith Gingery and Ruth Ann Petroff have announced that they will both be running for re-election in the upcoming 2012 election.  Gingery represents house District 23 and Petroff represents House District 16. However, the boundaries of the districts they represent have changed with this year’s statewide districting.  Petroff’s district will be completely within the Town of Jackson municipal boundaries, with the exception that Gingery will represent those that live in Indian Trails and those that live in the Gill Addition. Gingery will also represent all of Teton County outside of the town limits with the exception that Representative Roscoe’s district will take in Hoback, Hog Island, Game Creek, Fall Creek Road and the Wilson area up to Nethercott Lane.  Gingery is running for his fifth term and Petroff is seeking her second term. All of the members of the Wyoming House of Representatives will be up for election in November this year.

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