CHEYENNE – On Saturday, Dec. 14, the National Democratic Training Committee (NDTC), the largest organization in the country focused solely on training Democrats on how to run for office and work on campaigns, will make its way to Cheyenne.
NDTC’s Cheyenne training will mark the 50th state the organization has trained this calendar year – a feat accomplished by no other organization.
“For too long, Democrats in traditionally red states have been ignored, but what we have seen across the country is that Democrats are fired up and hungry for change,” said Jocelyn Hunt, associate director of live training for the National Democratic Training Committee. “What we are doing in Cheyenne this Saturday is empowering any Democrat who wants to run for office or be a leader in the party with the tools they need to be successful.”
NDTC comes to Cheyenne as the 2020 campaign season continues to intensify ahead of the sixth presidential debate. The free, day-long training is expected to draw people from across the Cheyenne area who are interested in running for office or working on a campaign.
The participants at Saturday’s live training, which will take place from 3-5:30 p.m. at the Laramie County Library in Cheyenne, will learn the ins and outs of campaign fundamentals. Then, following the training, NDTC allows any Democrat to access interactive courses online 24/7.