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While the Park County Republican Party might want to leave a threatening email behind them, some Wyoming Republicans say more punitive action is needed. Wyoming Republicans have spent the last few weeks processing an email sent by Troy Bray, a precinct committeeman with the Park County Republican Party. While the local party has put the…

There will be no action against Powell resident Troy Bray, as the Park County Republican Party declines to take punitive measures for his threatening email. The Powell Tribune reports that the Park County Republican Party leadership held an executive session during their last meeting on Thursday, October 7. In that session, they discussed the email…

Troy Bray stands defiant, saying he refuses to resign from his elected position in the Park County Republican Party after sending a threatening email last week. Last week, many Wyoming politicians were in an uproar after the Casper Star Tribune obtained an email sent by Park County Republican Troy Bray. In the email, sent to…

A member of the Park County Republican Party faces local scrutiny after sending a threatening email to a fellow Republican state senator. The Casper Star Tribune reports that Troy Bray, a precinct committeeman for the Park County Republican Party, sent an email to Senator Tara Nethercott, a fellow Wyoming Republican in the Wyoming Senate. The…

Despite intense opposition in her own state, Liz Cheney continues to achieve record-breaking fundraising in anticipation of the 2022 Election. Wyoming representative Liz Cheney isn’t backing down from the looming fight for the state’s sole seat in the U.S. House of Representatives. If her finances are any indication, she stands a better chance than anyone.…

Party leadership claims “Representative-at-large” Cheney failed to represent the majority of Park County and voted to censure her for her impeachment vote. During a meeting of the Park County Republican Party, a resolution was adopted which officially censored U.S. Representative Liz Cheney. This is the culmination of weeks of anger directed towards Wyoming’s sole congressional…

Both Wyoming’s Democratic and Republican Parties released statements on the riots at the U.S. Capitol – and their perspectives couldn’t be more different. The discourse over last Wednesday’s events – which saw the U.S. Capitol under siege, congresspersons hiding under desks, and five people dead – continues, as both sides of the political spectrum try…

State Rep. Scott Clem said he plans on marching Monday at the Wyoming State Capitol to protest the “tyranny” of the governor and his public health orders


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