Politics in a bar

Apparently one of the things you can get away with in Wyoming is having a political forum in a saloon

 

There is an unwritten rule that one must never discuss politics or religion in a bar setting. On the night of July 10, however, that rule was broken as candidates from the national, state and local level entered the Bear Trap Cafe and Bar in Riverside. The event, organized by owner Margaret Weber, gave Valley residents a chance to speak with candidates during a town hall forum before the primary elections on Aug. 21.

The event, which was live streamed by the Saratoga Sun, lasted over two and a half hours and had been viewed over 2,000 times by the time the live stream had ended. Since then,...



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