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Robin Van Ausdall
CASPER, Wyo. — After a year of turmoil between mainstream Park County Republicans and Tea Partiers that almost resulted in the censure of a state GOP senator, a record number of people are running for grassroots county positions that can change the makeup of local party leadership.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. — Liz Cheney's abandoned effort to unseat Sen. Mike Enzi has left him sitting pretty financially: The estimated $1.8 million he has on hand following her 25-week campaign is more than three times what he's had available at this point in any of his previous campaigns.
Curtis Bridges is moving to Wyoming and wants to start a political party in the state for people disenfranchised with Republicans and Democrats — one that might be a hard sell because his party calls for “climate justice.”
Wyoming voters seldom blame their lawmakers for the problems in Washington, said James King, head of the political science department at the University of Wyoming.
CHEYENNE -- The state Democratic party's Central Committee will push a ballot referendum to repeal a new law on payment of unpaid wages on grounds it is detrimental to Wyoming employees.
CASPER, Wyo. — A new survey shows that most Wyoming residents favor a tax increase on households earning more than $250,000 a year.
Natrona County Democrats applaud as the latest results in the presidential election are announced Tuesday evening at the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers hall in Casper. Despite President Barack Obama's re-election, the state's Democrats were faced with losing two seats in the…
CHEYENNE, Wyo. — Wyoming Democrats have selected Colorado political consultant Robin Van Ausdall as their new executive director, according to her and other party officials.