President Abraham Lincoln delivers his address during his second inauguration on the east portico of the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C., March 4, 1865.
CASPER, Wyo. — The recent election reduced even further the already small portion of women serving in the Wyoming Legislature.
DEER LODGE -- A write-in candidate for sheriff of Powell County lost by 90 votes Tuesday after election judges rejected 238 write-in votes.
HELENA — Just a few days after Amanda Curtis’ whirlwind campaign for U.S. Senate, she’s back to doing what she loves best.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. — Jillian Balow, who was elected Wyoming’s new state schools superintendent this week, is looking to rebuild the state Education Department and bring stability to a K-12 education system that has been beset by political turmoil for nearly four years.
JACKSON, Wyo. — The State Canvassing Board will meet next Wednesday to determine what to do after Teton County election officials left one question off the general election ballot.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. — The fact that Republicans would maintain an overwhelming advantage in the Wyoming Legislature was never in doubt.
Steve Daines hugs his son Michael after being projected to win the Montana Senate seat vacated by Max Baucus on Tuesday in Bozeman.
Montana Sen.-elect Steve Daines and his wife, Cindy, stand on the podium in Bozeman on Tuesday.
Montana Sen. -elect Steve Daines greets supporters after election victory in Bozeman, Mont., Tuesday, November 4, 2014.(AP Photos/Michael Albans.)
Steve Daines family, including his niece Juliana Owenhouse, left, his daughters Annie and Caroline, center, and daughter-in-law Maddi Daines, watch the returns on cellphones at election-night headquarters in Bozeman on Tuesday.
Two young Steve Daines supporters play with their iPad while waiting on returns at election-night headquarters in Bozeman on Tuesday.
Montana Republican Senate candidate Rep. Steve Daines shows supporters his cellphone during election celebration in Bozeman on Tuesday.
Montana Republican Senate candidate Rep. Steve Daines, accompanied by his wife, Cindy, speaks to crowd of supporters at election night headquarters Tuesday in Bozeman.
Montana Republican Senate candidate Rep. Steve Daines speaks in Bozeman on Tuesday.
HELENA — Montana voters defeated a ballot issue that would have barred people from registering on Election Day.