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Vince Vanata and Martin Kimmet from the Park County Republicans spoke about Harriet Hageman receiving a threatening letter from Wyoming attorneys and how this is the new “lawfare” tactic in politics.  Also, they talked about choosing a Secretary of State candidate and the process it will take as well as the last state GOP meeting…

Unofficial Results Election Summary Statistics According to the Park County Elections office, “The following unofficial results reflect all of the votes cast in Park County’s 2022 Primary Election, including 2,332 absentee ballots and 2,356 ballots cast early at the Park County Courthouse. Remember that some legislative races span multiple counties and these results only reflect…

Kim Bartlett, a Democrat running for House District 28, spoke on SYP about a number of issues that affects Wyomingites.  Kim talked about surging property taxes, Medicaid expansion, and equality in the Equality state.  As a former election judge, she also addressed the issue of election integrity in Wyoming.

Senator Tara Nethercott, running for Secretary of State, spoke on SYP about whether voter integrity is an issue in Wyoming, whether the state should ban ballot boxes, and how to solve the property tax issue that is affecting many home owners in Wyoming.  Senator Nethercott also told us what platform she’s running on and how…

Candidate Dan Schein, running for Cody City Council, Ward 1, spoke about many different issues affecting Cody and Park County.  He spoke about green spaces, affordable housing, how to solve the Big Horn Avenue issue and how Cody should progress into the future.

Wyoming resident Robyn Belinskey is running for U.S. House of Representatives for the state of Wyoming.  She is a self-described “grassroots” Conservative who wants to “be the voice of common sense and relatability.”  Robyn talked about why she’s running, what’s she’s hearing from the people of Wyoming and how she will be different from the…

Future elections in Park County will not be counted by hand, per the decision of the Park County Commissioners after a local push for more election security. After a push for election reform, the Park County Commissioners have decided not to hand count votes in future elections. However, that decision wasn’t based on opinion but…

Cody leader and former US Senator Al Simpson has a few words for his fellow Park County Republicans, questioning their motives as they push for election reform. On Friday, April 15, Simpson penned a letter to the editor and submitted it to the online publication WyoFile. In his letter, Simpson addresses the recent push –…

Despite national attention and a presidential endorsement, the much-touted “crossover voting bill” was dead on arrival in the Wyoming House of Representatives. Senate File 97 was one of the most infamous bills submitted for the 66th Wyoming Legislature’s 2022 Budget Session. If passed, Senate File 97 would have prevented Wyoming voters from changing their party…

A new nonpartisan study suggests that even if Wyoming does ban changing party affiliation at the polls, it won’t make much difference in future elections. One of the most infamous bills on the floor of the 66th Wyoming Legislature is Senate File 97. The bill has been introduced and referred to the Senate Subcommittee on…


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