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Wyoming’s new senator is taking a bold first step by opposing electoral college votes in the same week she was sworn in. On Sunday, Cynthia Lummis was officially sworn in as Wyoming’s junior U.S. Senator. On Wednesday, she stands in opposition to the certification of President-elect Joseph Biden’s electoral votes. Lummis added her name to…

It’s a tale of two senators – one continues an annual tradition of his service, while another prepares to comment on the end of his service. John Barrasso, the soon-to-be senior Wyoming senator, crossed an ocean and a few continents to celebrate Thanksgiving with members of the Wyoming Air National Guard. Senator Barrasso spent the…

There are a lot of names and races on the 2020 Election ballot – who will you be choosing to lead? Many local candidates are running unopposed: Matt Hall for another four-year term as Mayor, Tim French for a four-year term as State Senator for Senate District 18, Sandy Newsome for another two-year term as…

Governor Mark Gordon testified before the US Senate’s Committee on Environment and Public Works to support Senator John Barrasso’s position that states should have more authority under the Endangered Species Act. Senator Barrasso introduced Governor Gordon not only as an experienced politician with a strong record of transparency but also as a ranch owner and…

Senator Mike Enzi may be retiring, but he’s eager to share his wisdom and experience with Wyoming’s future generations. Wyoming students are encouraged to apply to be a Senate page for the U.S. Senate’s Fall 2020 session. The Senate page session during the fall runs from September 8, 2020, to January 22, 2021, although the…


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