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Wyoming: Country Party Submits Signatures, Constitution Party To Do the Same

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On December 6, the Country Party submitted 6,387 signatures to the Wyoming Secretary of State, on its petition to be a qualified party.

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Former Wyoming Libertarian Chair, LNC member Don Wills resigns from party

Email from Don Wills forwarded by George Phillies:

Hello LP leaders,

A new chairman of the Wyoming LP was elected in convention today, I have resigned from the Wyoming Libertarian Party, and I am hereby resigning as Region 4 alternate rep to the LNC and from the LP.

I have come to the conclusion that I am wasting my time promoting the Libertarian Party.… Read more ...

Wyoming Third Parties Show Growth, Discord

Third party candidates often do well in areas where one major party is substantially weaker than its rival. One can list numerous examples of this phenomenom: Minneapolis,  San Francisco, parts of Massachusetts, rural Nevada, and Rhode Island among others. Other areas, like Democratic Hawaii, have not yet reached this point. However, Wyoming may be the newest member of this club.… Read more ...

Wyoming Independent Gubernatorial Candidate Fails to Qualify

Ballot Access News:

Taylor Haynes, who would have been the first independent candidate on the ballot for Wyoming Governor since 1958 if he had qualified this year, did not qualify. He was unable to obtain the needed 4,988 valid signatures. This is the second petition failure in Wyoming this year.… Read more ...

Constitution Party of Wyoming Turns In 7,000 Signatures

The Constitution Party could become the fourth ballot qualified party in Wyoming according to this news article. Today they submitted over 7,000 petition signatures for a requirement of 5,000.

Supporters of the Constitution Party turned in thousands of signatures Tuesday afternoon in an attempt to get the group’s candidates recognized alongside Republican, Democrat and Libertarian candidates in Wyoming’s general election.

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