One day removed from the Primary Elections and the Democratic Chairman Carl Donavon is very happy with the out come feels confident in the folks who Great Falls voted to run for November General Elections.
"I think we did exceptionally well, we have a great slate of candidates both legislative and county wide and we're very impressed and pleased with all of them," says Donovan.
After Bill Wilson had dropped out back in march for the race for District 2 County Commissioner seat and so Chairman Donovan was charged with finding a replacement from his party to run for November.
"After Mr. Wilson withdrew it is up top me as the county chair to find a replacement, Norm had shown interest before Mr. Wilson withdrew and so it's only normal to go to him and ask him if he is still interested in which he was," says Donovan.
Though having interest in politics, this is actually Normand Anderson, a retired school teacher's first time running for an office.
"I've never run for political office before and I'm starting late and so I didn't have the benefit of whatever boost you get from the primary. But I've got several months and so I will work hard," explains Anderson.
Anderson feels ready to step up with the rest of the cascade county Democrat Party and start campaigning.
"It is a great job. Cascade County Government is a is a small group of peoples. they do policy, but they also supervise and they cover a myriad of different activities and departments," says Anderson.
Anderson was not on the ballot during the Primaries due to Wilson's withdraw was too late in the election season to remove his name from the ballot.