Trump Fighting to Put Prayer Back in Schools

Freedom to worship and exercise our religion is a fundamental right spelled out in Wyoming Republican Party platform (see Platform #5).

Policy and culture in our schools has been drifting away from it's successful origins for several decades. Our president has taken a position that restores rights and speaks a positive message into the anti-bullying campaign. The Wyoming Republican Party applauds President Trump for taking this position regarding prayer in schools.

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From 2010 through 2019, U.S. households paid an average of $228,000 to Washington.

If you still had that money in your pocket how would you and your family spend it?

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It's time to stop overspending both in Washington DC and Cheyenne

The Democrats don't want to be in Iowa

"Democrats are only in Iowa because they have to be. If they got their way, they would abolish the Electoral College and never set foot in our nation’s heartland again. If they did care about hardworking Americans, they would not be touting a radical, socialist agenda that threatens to undo all of the economic progress that has been made over the last three years. Their multi-trillion dollar policies stand in stark contrast to President Trump’s record of results for the American people. Voters will overwhelmingly choose his winning agenda in November."
- Republican National Committee Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel

President Donald Trump's Accomplishments

Wyoming Republican Party Chairman Frank Eathorne cites some of President Trump’s accomplishments in 2019.
“Our national economy has never been stronger! Take a look at what our president has accomplished through the simple policy of cutting taxes, resulting in a natural stimulation of the private sector: record and near record highs and lows in the benchmark sectors. 
Thank you President Trump for making the tough decisions and trusting the private sector to excel!”

Wyoming delegation signs on to brief looking to overturn Roe v. Wade

The Wyoming Republican Party leadership gives high marks and praise to our national delegation. Senators Enzi and Barrasso along with congresswoman Cheney have joined an amicus brief in an attempt to bring the landmark Supreme Court decision Roe vs Wade back to the courts. In doing so Wyoming’ elected Republican delegation remains consistent in their support of a humans’ right to life, and stand with grassroots Wyomingites who have prioritized the value of life as the Republican parties number one plank (Platform).

Marti Halverson, Wyoming’s National Republican Committeewoman and president of Wyoming Right to Life applauds our delegation’s action. “We are hopeful that this brief, among the others filed on behalf of unborn children, will serve to impress upon the Supreme Court the rights of states to regulate medical aspects of abortion."

Thank you Senator Enzi, Senator Barrasso, and Congresswoman Cheney. We stand with you!

Republican Party Leaders Attend Meetings in Washington D.C.

CHEYENNE, WY - Leaders of the Wyoming Republican Party began the holiday season by attending President Donald Trump’s Christmas reception in Washington D.C.  The GOP delegation presented the President, First Lady, Vice President and his wife with Christmas greetings from Wyoming. “It was an extreme honor to attend the White House Christmas reception and hear directly from President Trump with First Lady Melania by his side.  The time to greet and visit with fellow Republicans from around the country and hear from our President is a true joy.” Stated Wyoming Republican Party Chairman Frank Eathorne.

GOP Leaders Meet with Senator Barrasso

WASHINGTON D.C. - Leaders of the Wyoming Republican Party met with United States Senator John Barrasso Wednesday to discuss issues affecting Wyoming. The Senator, from Natrona County, generously shared his time amidst a busy season in Washington D.C.

While in D.C. Chairman Eathorne, National Committeeman Steinmetz, National Committeewoman Halverson, Executive Director Russel and State Senator Steinmetz have a swath of meetings scheduled including a Christmas reception at the White House.

Happy Thanksgiving!

The Wyoming Republican Party wishes everyone a joyful and pleasant celebration of Thanksgiving day. May your lives and your tables be filled with bounty!

Webster’s 1828 dictionary defines Thanksgiving as a public celebration of divine goodness; a day set apart for religious services, especially to acknowledge the goodness of God, either in any remarkable deliverance from calamities or danger, or in the ordinary dispensation of his bounties.

Members of your Republican party recognize the many blessings bestowed by our Creator, and will be praying together this Wednesday morning for travel mercies and precious family get togethers.

Happy Thanksgiving!


CHEYENNE, WY - Leaders of the the Wyoming Republican Party are traveling to Washington D.C. to meet with the President and other top-level officials. Chairman Eathorne, National Committeewoman Marti Halverson and National Committeeman Corey Steinmetz, along with his wife Senator Cheri Steinmetz, are traveling to Washington D.C. in early December after receiving a personal invitation to the President’s Christmas Reception.

Press Release - 11-20-19

CHEYENNE, WY - The Wyoming Republican Party is governed by its bylaws and Roberts rules of Order.  Some processes are marked as strictly confidential.  While the majority of the body has respected this rule, a few members of the state Central committee don’t seem to understand this rule.  A full unofficial report of the non-confidential portions of the most recent Wyoming Republican Party Central committee meeting in Lusk will be available shortly after the minutes are completed.

The Wyoming Republican Party