Leagues Representing 50 states and DC Join Brief Focused on Negative Implications of Independent State Legislature Theory WASHINGTON — The League of Women Voters of the United States and League chapters from all 50 states and the District of Columbia
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Wyoming absentee voting for the November 8, 2022 General Election has begun! If you are a registered voter and have not already requested an Absentee Ballot, you may do so at any time through November 7, 2022. In Wyoming,
League of Women Voters of the United States votes to recognize that there is an immediate, ongoing, and urgent problem of Missing & Murdered Indigenous People (MMIP) Links: Full Motion (scroll about 1/3 down the page) Resolution MMIP Wyoming LWV
Dear Editor: Wyoming absentee voting is underway. With absentee voting starting July 1, many ballots have already been provided to registered voters who have requested one. In Wyoming, no reason is needed to request an absentee ballot. If you’d
County Commissioners on July 27th Casper City Council on August 3rd after the primary, School Board in September These will be posted on the library’s YouTube page. Check Vote411.org for information on candidates.
WY politicians make a large footprint during this election round, not the least of which is Simpson’s being the FIRST person named to receive the Presidential Medal of Freedom Award during the Biden Administration. https://cowboystatedaily.com/2022/06/28/al-simpson-to-receive-presidential-medal-of-freedom-nations-highest-civilian-honor/
Other number facts are as striking:1. 78 legislative seats have only GOP opponents running2. In 2020, 18 House seats went to members of the WY House Freedom Caucus (a part of the Freedom Caucus in D.C.).Membership rolls are not revealed.3.
Dr. Deborah Ann Turner, National President of the LWV, made a statement about our nation. She said, “We grieve with the families of the 21 victims in Uvalde and every family in America who has been touched by gun violence.
Callers are best served by local voices. WY now has two cooperating call centers (Casper & Greybull). Bernice Hazucha, CEO of the new Casper center, is a relative newcomer to WY but has 20 years of experience with suicide prevention