Amidst a national effort to curb firearm violence, Wyoming’s lawmakers have introduced measures aimed at protecting and expanding the right to bear arms.
Wyoming voters gave modest increases to the Republican Party in the state legislature while strongly supporting Mitt Romney.
Turnout was strong, results slow to come
Voters wait outside a polling station on the Wind River Indian Reservation, Wyoming. (Lindsay D’Addato/WyoFile — click to enlarge)
An Interview with Rep. Patrick Goggles
Rep. Patrick Goggles, Democratic minority leader of the Wyoming State House, is running for re-election in House District 33. (Lindsay …
Bread & Basketball
Voters line up to collect their ballots at Wyoming Indian High School’s Tech Center in Ethete, Wyoming. (Lindsay D’Addato/WyoFile — click to enlarge)
Inspired by a low turnout in 2010 and a perceived challenger to their political interests, young Native American activists have spent months encouraging people to …
Republican primary fights have erupted in western Wyoming districts, fueled by social issues and the funds of WyWatch PAC.