The League of Women Voters does not support candidates or parties, but, after study, takes positions on issues.

The state program record documents the positions we have studied and determined to support. It is updated every two years at the state convention.

Supporting a Nonpartisan Citizen Commission to Prepare a Redistricting Proposal

May 1, 2022: Whereas the Wyoming Constitution (Article 3, Section 48) requires the Legislature to reapportion itself . . .Read more>>>

Urging Remote Participation in Interim Committee Meetings

May 7, 2021: The Wyoming League of Women Voters supports remote public participation for interim committee meetings. Read more>>>

Urging Open and Accessible Elections

April 2021: The Wyoming League of Women Voters runs an ad in Wyoming newspapers urging open elections. Read more>>>

Urging the Defeat of HB0075 Voter Identification, orginally named Voter-Fraud Protection

March 30, 2021: The Wyoming League of Women Voters argues that Voter ID requirements creates hoops for voters. Read more>>>

March 3, 2010: The League of Women Voters describes trying to commit voter fraud by impersonating a voter. This was also print March 3 and revised April 11 in the Casper newspaper. Read more>>>

February 24, 2021: The Wyoming League of Women Voters writes that the voter fraud prevention bill prevents voting. Read more>>>

Urging Transparency and Accountability

January 16, 2021: The League of Women Voters signed a letter urging transparency and accountability in the aftermath of the assault on the U.S. Capitol. Read more>>>

Urging That the President Be Impeached

January 8, 2021: The League of Women Voters issues a statement supporting impeaching President Trump. Read more>>>

Urging That the Presidential Election Be Certified

January 4, 2021: The League of Women Voters issues a statement supporting the certification of the 2020 presidental election. Read more>>>

Asking To Co-Sponsor An Act To Delay in the Census Deadline

January 1, 2021: The League of Women Voters asks Senator Barrasso to co-sponsor S4571, the 2020 Census Deadline Extension Act. Read more>>>

Commending a Legislator

November 23, 2020: The League of Women Voters appreciates Congresswoman Cheney’s statement supporting the electoral process. Read more>>>

Asking More Questions About Elections

November 16, 2020: The League of Women Voters asks follow-up questions of the Secretary of State’s office. Read more>>>

Selecting A Supreme Court Justice

October 6, 2020: The League of Women Voters encourages a deliberative selection process. Read more>>>

Voting under Virus Precautions

September 22, 2020: The League of Women Voters requests public clarification of polling place and voter registration protocols. Read more>>>

July 27, 2020: The League of Women Voters urges the Secretary of State to refine the electoral process to encourage and support more citizens voting. Read more>>>

Party Affiliation

March 2, 2020: LWVWY urges defeat of HB0209 Change of Affiliation which solves a nonexistent problem. Read more>>>

Public Meetings

Feb. 19, 2020: Wyoming LWV urges defeat or amendment of HB222 Public Meetings in order to keep SLIB meetings accessible to the public. Read more>>>

Death Penalty

A Resolution for Repeal of the Death Penalty in Wyoming. Read more >>>

Paper Ballots

A Resolution on Paper Ballots. Read more >>>

Open Meetings

A Resolution re: Wyoming Legislature Open Meetings. Read more >>>

Election Integrity

Resolution To Support a Constitutional Amendment to Protect the Integrity of Elections. Read more >>>

Letter to Legislature: Death Penalty

February 9, 2019: The Wyoming League of Women Voters supports HB0145 Death Penalty Repeal. Read more >>>

Resolution:  Wyoming Pay Gap

April 27, 2017: The League of Women Voters of Wyoming encourages participation by its members in the Wyoming Legislature’s study process and committee meetings to ensure that Wyoming’s elected officials pass bills advancing pay equity. Read more >>>

Resolution:  Health Care

April 27, 2014: The League of Women Voters of Wyoming advocates that afordable health care for all citiens of Wyoming should be a cornerstone value of the Cowboy State. Read more >>>

Health Care 2017

The HELP Committee (Health, Education, Labor and Pensions) in the US Senate has completed two bi-partisan hearings on stabilizing premiums and help individuals in the individual insurance market. The committee heard from a selection of state insurance commissioners on Sept. 6 and governors on Sept. 7. Sen. Mike Enzi, R-Wyo, is on the committee. The testimony was almost unanimously in favor of funding the cost sharing reductions for at least 2 years and in favor of funding outreach and navigators to help people enroll in the individual insurance market.

News Release
Letter to Wyoming Senators regarding the AHCA
Reply from Senator Barrasso
Reply from Senator Enzi
Letter to Wyoming Congressional Delegation regarding CHIP

State Program Record

The State Program Record 1957 – 2019  (in pdf format) gives the League’s positions on issues.

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