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David Pope Announces Candidacy for Wyoming Senate in District 4

Joined by many of Wyoming's community, business, and political leaders at his home on Sunday, David Pope announced his candidacy for Wyoming State Senate. David Pope is a CPA who has built his own business and helped countless more build theirs he wants to bring that same expertise to a state challenged by budget, financial, and economic challenges.

Cheyenne, Wyoming (PRWEB) May 16, 2016

Cheyenne CPA and businessman, David A. Pope has announced his candidacy for Wyoming Senate in District 4. The announcement took place at a reception this afternoon attended by many of Wyoming’s business and political leaders.

Mr Pope has been considering a run for the Wyoming Senate in district 4, a seat that will be vacated by Tony Ross at the end of this year.

David is a Certified Public Accountant, Chartered Global Management Accountant and principal of the CPA firm DAPCPA Pope and Jackson, Inc., located in Cheyenne, with related offices in Riverton, Wyoming and Winter Park, Colorado.

From the campaign's Facebook page (David Pope For Senate): "Though few live here, Wyoming is powerful beyond measure. Power born of her wild nature, abundant resources and strong, independent and free people. Wyoming though, is at a crossroads. As we point our horses into the storm that is the future, we need strong hands at the reins, strong backs to pull the weight and clear heads to navigate the ever changing landscape. This election is the most important election in a generation. Let's vote. Let's elect David Pope"

Through his career, Mr. Pope has helped hundreds of businesses to succeed. This includes helping clients budget, meet regulatory requirements, develop strategic and tactical plans, fight fraud, and identify inefficiencies. This makes him uniquely qualified to help the state during a time of great challenges - both budgetary and economic.

The Senate seat in district 4 is open due to the announced retirement of Senator Tony Ross, who currently holds the seat.

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