Today is yet another stop on the campaign trail, the Wyoming Democratic County Caucuses, where 14 delegates are at stake. This is probably the smallest delegation from a state up for grabs, fewer than Alaska's 16, but every delegate counts.
As for who will win, there appear to have been no polls, but three of four reporters at the San Diego Union Tribune think Sanders will win. I think they're probably right; Wyoming is Sanders' kind of state and caucuses are his best type of contest. All four of them also think Clinton will win the nomination. I think they're right about that, too.
Enough of today's politics. As I wrote at the conclusion of Drum corps for the Wisconsin Primary:
Enjoy the marching music for a primary election. Expect more on Saturday, when the Wyoming Democratic Caucus will be held. Troopers!I begin with the 2014 show, A People's House, a theme appropriate for today.
That's not all from this show. I'm going to be a good environmentalist and recycle the second video from Presenting the colors for Flag Day, Troopers 2014 Closer - "America The Beautiful."
Follow over the jump for 2013 and 2011.*
No Troopers retrospective would be complete without both a sunburst and a color presentation. 2013's Magnificent 11 had both simultaneously.
Finally, here is the show from the preview image, 2011 Troopers with the "Infinity Chord."
Once again, enjoy the marching music while waiting for the results. The next one of these should be for the New York Primary on April 19th, which should be a senior corps spectacular.
*I covered 2012's show in The Troopers: From Steampunk to Tradition. I also included 1986 in A drum corps 4th of July.