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General Election 2020

Voter Guide

Our Voter Guide for the General Election in Laramie, Albany County, and state-wide and federal offices is now available on this link, and will appear in print in the October 11th issue of the Laramie Boomerang. See also the publication Choosing a Candidate in Wyoming, and the LWVUS website Vote411.org for additional voter and candidate information.

Our Voter Guide for the General Election in Fremont County and state-wide and federal offices is now available on this link, and was also mailed to all households.

Candidate Forums

Candidate forums for the General Election were held in September and October of 2020, and recordings are linked below, and found on the YouTube channel League of Women Voters of Wyoming.

Primary Election 2020

Voter Guide

Our Voter Guide for the Primary Election in Laramie, Albany County, and state-wide and federal offices is now available here in full, and at distribution points in Laramie.  The Boomerang will print it on August 2nd. 

The League of Women Voters does not confirm the accuracy of candidate statements before compiling the Voter Guide. 

Candidate Forums

Candidate forums for the Primary Election were held in July and into August of 2020, and recordings can be found on the YouTube channel League of Women Voters of Wyoming.


General Election 2018

Voter Guide

Our Voter Guide for Laramie, Albany County, and state-wide and federal offices is now available here in full, and at distribution points in town.  The Boomerang will print it on October 21st. 

Special addendum for Carbon County

The League of Women Voters does not confirm the accuracy of candidate statements before compiling the Voter Guide.

Candidate Forums

NEWS:  With the University of Wyoming and others, the League co-sponsored a forum for gubernatorial candidates held on October 25, 2018.  See the UW recording:
Gubernatorial Debate at UW

Candidate forums for the General Election were held in September and October of 2018, and recordings are linked below, and found on the YouTube channel League of Women Voters of Wyoming.

Primary Election 2018

Voter Guide

The Boomerang and the Laramie League of Women Voters are pleased to bring you this Voter Guide to statements by candidates who responded to our questionnaire.
All candidates were mailed three questions in a letter sent June 29 to the address of record provided when they filed for office. If an email was provided, a duplicate was sent there. The first question was the same for all candidates. All questions were developed by the League of Women Voters. Candidates had 100 words per question and a deadline. They also received reminders.
If over the 100-word limit the response was cut up from the bottom to the closest complete thought. The omission is indicated by three dots (. . .) at the end. If there are three dots within the body of the paragraph, the candidate wrote it that way. Statements published here are exactly as the candidate replied. Capitalization, punctuation, grammar and other potential errors were not corrected. Bulleted lists and separate paragraphs were changed to single paragraph style for responses to each question.
There is a preamble to each race in the Voter Guide, stating salary, term of office and other pertinent information. Voters should be aware that the 2018 primary ballot is especially lengthy because projects for the tax renewal are listed

Statewide Races
Races local to Albany County and Laramie

Candidate Forums

Candidate forums for the General Election were held in July of 2018, and recordings are linked below, and found on the YouTube channel League of Women Voters of Wyoming.


Election Issues Raised by County Clerks


League Positions on Electoral Issues

Resolution:  Changing Party Affiliation at Primary Elections

May 7, 2017
Whereas the right to vote is fundamental to citizenship in these United States of America; …
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Resolution:  Extraneous Bills

May 3, 2015
WHEREAS, A total of 410 bills and resolutons were introduced to the 2015 General Session of the Wyoming State Legislature…
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Resolution: Use of Budget Footnotes

April 26, 2014
Whereas, Members of the Wyoming Legislature increasingly use footnote amendments to the budget bill to legislate, in lieu of using the full legislatie process for proposals…
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Resolution: Against Voter ID in Wyoming

April 29, 2013
WHEREAS, The League of Women Voters was founded to help democratize the right to vote and for the past 93 years has fought to ensure that elections are fair, free and accessible to all citizens…
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Resolution: Preservation of Voters’ Rights

April 29, 2013
WHEREAS, The League of Women Voters was founded to help democratize the right to vote and for the past 93 years has fought to ensure that elections are fair, free and accessible to all citizens…
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Absentee Ballots

April 28, 2013
League of Women Voters of Wyoming Request to Joint Corporations Interim Committee concerning provisions for absentee ballots in the Wyoming Elections Code…
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Resolution: Transparency in Government

April 29, 2012
WHEREAS, the League of Women Voters of Wyoming advocates for open and accountable government as the foundation of a healthy democracy…
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