Dec 4, 2013 - From staff reportsThe committee will focus on fundraising and building support with coalitions across Wyoming ahead of next year's Republican primary.
U.S. Senator Mike Enzi has announced the initial members of his finance committee.
Among the members is State Sen. Eli Bebout of Riverton.
"Serving the people of Wyoming is a privilege I have always been proud to earn --county by county, town by town and door by door," Enzi said. "Fundraising will be an important part of reaching Wyoming citizens directly and I am honored to have such an esteemed group of friends aiding my campaign efforts."
Enzi is being challenged in the 2014 Republican primary by Liz Cheney. The senator's new finance committee will focus on fundraising and building support with coalitions across Wyoming.
Former Wyoming Senate President Diemer True of Casper chairs Enzi's committee. Along with Bebout, other members areDave Bell of Pinedale,Ed Cheramy of Jackson, Tony Ross of Cheyenne, Josh Sorensen of Rock Springs and Rob Wallace of Teton Village.
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