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Roscoe Won’t Run

June 13, 2012 State of Wyoming, Sublette County, Teton County No Comments
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Wyoming Representative Jim Roscoe has announced he will NOT be running this fall, after an error in filing forced him to have to run as a write-in candidate.  As reported in The Sublette Examiner, Roscoe said he mistakenly filed his Teton County residence in Wilson as “Indian Trails” instead of “Indian Paintbrush Trails” and although he has the option to run as an independent candidate, he is going to take some time off.  Roscoe told The Examiner that he was floating the Grand Canyon’s Colorado River with family and could not be reached to make a correction while he was gone. He said he’d filed at the last minute as a “placeholder” and then went off on his remote vacation, returning to reliable phone service Monday.  Still, Roscoe says he won’t rule out running again in two years.

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