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ENG: David Duane "Dave" Freudenthal (born October 12, 1950), is an American politician who served as the 31st Governor of Wyoming. A Democrat, he was reelected to his second term on November 7, 2006, and announced on March 4, 2010, that he would not attempt to seek a third term as Governor. Personal life Freudenthal is married to Nancy D. Freudenthal, a native of Cody, who serves as a judge on the United States District Court for the District of Wyoming. They have four children: Donald, Hillary, Bret, and Katie. Early life Freudenthal was born in Thermopolis, the seat of Hot Springs County in north central Wyoming, the seventh of eight children, and grew up on a farm north of town. He graduated in 1973 from Amherst College in Amherst, Massachusetts, with a bachelor's degree in ...
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State superintendent should become an appointed office


CHEYENNE-The Wyoming state superintendent of public instruction, one of Wyoming's five statewide elected offices, should become an appointed position, Gov. Dave Freudenthal said Wednesday. Freudenthal said instead of having voters choose the state's top education official, as they have since the Wyoming State Constitution was ratified in 1890, the job should be a professional position that would "probably" be appointed by the governor. "To me, it is much more of a functional, professional entity than it is an elected office," Freudenthal told reporters at a State Capitol news ...


Governor Freudenthal submits three names ...


...for federal judicial vacancy Cheyenne, Wyo. – Governor Dave Freudenthal sent a list of three names to the White House for President Barack Obama’s consideration for a federal judicial vacancy in Wyoming. In a letter to Deputy Chief of Staff Jim Messina, Gov. Freudenthal listed the three potential candidates as successors to Judge William F. Downes, of Casper: Scott K. Skavdahl of Casper, Steven K. Sharpe of Cheyenne and Mark Gifford of Casper. Judge Downes, the Governor wrote, will retire from the federal bench on July 24, 2011, and elected not to take senior ...


Governor Freudenthal Talks About His Time in Office


Wyoming Governor Dave Freudenthal was in Sheridan Tuesday, where he attended several events throughout the day and evening. The Governor took a few minutes out of his busy schedule to stop by the Sheridan Media studios to discuss, among other things, a few objectives that were met during his time as Governor. It has been well chronicled over the years the somewhat rocky relationship Freudenthal has had with the State Legislature. Freudenthal said that he was pleased with the fact that during his tenure, there was a 40% increase in teacher salaries throughout the State. Join us ...


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BLM Lander Resource Management Plan signed into effect this morning
This morning Gov. Matt Mead, U.S. BLM Director Neil Kornze and Wyoming BLM Director Don Simpson gathered with others for the signing of the Record of Decision for the Lander Resource Management Plan.
Candidates wanted: Wyoming Dems hold convention
Wyoming Democrats are holding their state convention in Rock Springs and, for them, the question is: Who will step forward to carry the party's torch in the governor's race? No Democrat in this overwhelmingly Republican state has declared a candidacy to oppose the likely GOP nominee, incumbent Gov. Matt Mead .
Wyoming primary election is state's real contest
A Democrat hasn't held statewide office since Gov. Dave Freudenthal left office nearly four years ago.
Reappraisal in works for pricey Grand Teton tracts
State and federal officials are negotiating how they will go about reappraising valuable state land in Grand Teton National Park that may be swapped for federal land elsewhere in Wyoming.



 
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