All three candidates are voting members of the body that made the selection. Gov. Mark Gordon has until midnight Thursday to make a final decision.
Forty-one prominent legal professionals accuse the Trump-endorsed congressional candidate of violating the oath of attorney and professional misconduct for false statements about the 2020 election.
As property taxes soar across Wyoming, the Legislature is considering several ways to alleviate homeowner costs.
Three lawsuits — with more potentially coming — and withheld dues have hurt the Wyoming Republican Party’s ability to support candidates.
Secretary of State Ed Buchanan’s recent resignation triggered an appointment process to fill the position until January, when the winner of the general election will be sworn in.
Campbell County clerk calls on the Federal Elections Commission and Wyoming secretary of state to investigate the Coal Country Conservatives’ campaign-finance activities.
A higher than usual number of Libertarian and Constitution candidates will also appear on the general election ballot for the statehouse in November.
Harriet Hageman challenger is planning months of intensive campaigning, but faces almost certain defeat in a Republican-dominated state political landscape.
The temporary appointment will overlap with the general election — a critical time for the office which oversees Wyoming’s elections.
A legislative committee is considering several election reforms, including open primaries, ranked-choice voting and creating an office to oversee Wyoming’s elections.
In a year with many candidates running on election integrity concerns, a new post-election audit indicated zero issues across Wyoming’s 23 counties.
Challengers who ran anti-RINO campaigns ousted several incumbent Republicans, but most of their highest-profile targets survived.
Total number of ballots cast was the most in a primary election ever, with the highest rate of turnout in 28 years.
Ousted politician first challenged the late Sen. Mike Enzi nearly a decade ago, withdrew, then went on to win a U.S. House seat. She rose to be the third-ranked House Republican, but now is out and eyeing a presidential run.
A record number of registered voters turned out Tuesday. Some incumbents cruised to early victory, while others were ousted by Trump-aligned candidates.
Competing secretary of state candidate Chuck Gray declines to comment on the accuracy of unsolicited attack-ad messages.
Statehouse candidates raise the largest amounts in Wyoming’s legislative history. But lack of campaign finance oversight causes confusion for first timers, opens door for bad actors.
Statewide, candidates who claim to be the real conservatives are looking to push out lawmakers considered the moderate establishment. The balance of power in the Wyo Legislature is up for grabs.
The second most powerful state office oversees elections and business dealings, including the collection of license fees. Candidate Rep. Gray’s employer hasn’t paid those fees in almost two decades.
Despite dismal polls, one statistics maven says ‘yes.’
Many Republicans running for Wyoming offices have sharpened their criticisms of federal government spending this election. But records indicate that federal dollars buoyed their businesses throughout the pandemic.