Wyoming Republican Party 2020 Convention

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Charlie Kirk Is Speaking in Gillette!


Bryan Miller Wins GOP Straw Poll for US Senator

In a straw poll taken over the weekend at the Wyoming Republican Party State Convention, elected delegates to the Convention chose Sheridan’s Bryan Miller as the favored candidate for United States Senate. The Wyoming Republican Party met Thursday through Saturday last week for their State Convention during which time they conducted the business of the party. 

Turning Point USA's Charlie Kirk is coming to Wyoming!

Cheyenne - The Wyoming Republican Party is delighted to announce that Charlie Kirk of Turning Point USA will be speaking  at the 2020 State Convention at CAM-PLEX in Gillette.  Mr. Kirk will serve as MC for the U.S. Congressional Delegation’s biennial dinner for GOP delegates on Friday, June 26th.  In addition, Mr. Kirk will be speaking at a local Gillette church the afternoon of Saturday, June 27th.  Details of the time and location will be announced separately. Finally, Mr. Kirk will be the keynote speaker at the GOP banquet June 27th starting at 6:30pm and a private welcome reception with Mr. Kirk will start at 5:30pm.

Chairwoman McDaniel: It’s Going to be a Great Celebration in Jacksonville

EARHARDT: What will Jacksonville allow you guys to do that Charlotte won't? CHAIRWOMAN MCDANIEL: Well, one, the mayor, Lenny Curry and also Governor DeSantis have just worked with us every step of the way. And they want this to be a great event to show that their state is open, America is open for business, so we are going to have an arena.  

Conservatives Win in Montana

The Montana primaries took place this week and the #WinRed movement has certainly made an impact! Conservatives were overwhelmingly victorious. Long serving legislators lost based on their voting records and  ignoring their constituents.

Statement on Vandalism

Although it is disheartening to have had our office front defamed by protestors it comes as no surprise. The organization of the Left is astounding and their tactics are consistently undermining morality. We will clean up our windows and continue in the fight for justice for all.

Celebrating Memorial Day

We as Americans should count ourselves blessed and fortunate for those who fought and died for the very freedoms we cherish and live each day. Happy Memorial Day to each of you! Remove photo

Filling Period Open

CANDIDATE FILING PERIOD IS OPEN! May 14-29 is the Wyoming candidate filing period.  All candidates for US House, US Senate, the Wyoming state House and Senate, County Commissioners, Hospital Districts, Conservation Districts, School Districts, Precinct Committeemen and Precinct Committeewomen, and any other position to appear on the August 18 Primary Election ballot must file in the next two weeks. Federal and state candidates file with the Wyoming Secretary of State’s office. Precinct men and women, and other county candidates, please call your County Clerk or visit your County Clerk’s website to access the Filing Form.  Note:  there is no charge to file for precinct committee people.   Now is the time for all good men and women to come to the aid of their party.  We must join together to be sure that we elect REPUBLICANS in November!

Wyoming Page Nominations

“The Republican National Committee sponsors a Republican National Convention Page Program.  Pages will work for the RNC for eight days in Charlotte, North Carolina.  Each state and territory gets to nominate two individuals, between the ages of 16 and 22, to be considered by the RNC for election to this program.  The Wyoming Republican Party developed a Committee to receive and consider Convention Page applications from around Wyoming. 

WY GOP Press Release - Results

CHEYENNE, WY - On May 8th, the Wyoming GOP opened its 2020 State Convention with two full days of Credentials and Nominating/Elections Committee work and Convention business via videoconferencing.  In light of COVID 19-related restrictions on gatherings over 10 people, the State Central Committee approved a plan to meet virtually for part of the Convention business, using a video and audio conferencing platform widely and successfully used by many businesses and organizations.  On Saturday, Convention members voted to approve the agenda and floor rules, which included the use of a polling/balloting platform also widely used by businesses and organizations.  This balloting program has also been used by other States in their virtual Regional and State GOP conventions over last few weeks and was recommended.  This was one of the largest Republican virtual conventions held in the U.S. to date.   After a full day of work on party elections, questions were raised late Saturday evening as to whether technical or process difficulties occurred in the balloting.  The Party is assessing the concerns raised.  The WYGOP and the RNC are committed to election integrity.  The Wyoming GOP staff will be evaluating the situation in the coming days.  Additional information will be forthcoming. Wyoming GOP Chairman Frank Eathorne stated:   Video conferencing and digital balloting are not the ideal platforms for conventions as large as ours was.  Our convention team did an excellent job navigating trying conditions.  The hours and days ahead will be prioritized with assessing how the technology worked in a real-world application. The Wyoming GOP took the advice of the Republican National Committee and hired one of its 3 most-highly recommended parliamentarians to guide the party through its first – and hopefully last – virtual state convention.  As to the May 9th election results, certified parliamentarian Al Gage advised the party as follows:

COVID 19 Response Survey

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:   CHEYENNE, WY - Ahead of the Special Legislative Session to be held later this week, the Wyoming Republican Party polled Republicans across the state to allow them to weigh in on the best way for the Wyoming Legislature to distribute the $1.25 billion dollars in CARES Act funds.  The survey was opened on April 23rd and closed May 1st.   

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