The Wyoming Republican Party State Central Committee held their quarterly meeting in the Big Horn Basin August 23rd and 24th, 2019.
The freedom to pursue the American Dream is at the very core of American exceptionalism. Prosperity in our nation is due in no small part to individuals seeking to prosper while living in financial, economic and social freedom. Our nation’s founders knew it was not the job of the government to implement central planning. Instead they designed the government to maintain a climate in which individuals would succeed in proportion to their work ethic and desire to prosper. Our system of government, instituted through the Constitution, provides for equal opportunity, not equal outcome.
Casper, WY - In a special meeting held Saturday, June 29, elected members of the Wyoming Republican Central Committee selected Corey Steinmetz to serve as the National Committeeman.
Wyoming Republican Party (WRP) Chairman W Frank Eathorne released the following statement in response to the first night of the Democrat primary debate:
We watched the first Democratic Presidential debates last night ... and we’re still waiting to see Wyoming’s core values addressed by the Democratic candidates.
Governor Gordon appoints Nathaniel Hibben to be a Circuit Court Judge for the Eighth Judicial District
CHEYENNE, Wyo. – Governor Mark Gordon has appointed Nathaniel Hibben to be a Circuit Court Judge for the Eighth Judicial District serving Goshen County, Wyoming. Hibben’s appointment fills the vacancy left by the retirement of Judge Randal Arp.
Hibben is currently an attorney working in private practice and a Municipal Judge in the town of Torrington. He previously served as a public defender and as Deputy Goshen County Attorney. Hibben grew up in Des Moines, Iowa, received a B.S. in History from Iowa State University and graduated cum laude from Liberty University School of Law. Nathaniel, his wife Chelsea and his four children have lived in Torrington since 2009.
CHEYENNE, WY - The Wyoming Republican Party has received and accepted a letter from Richard George resigning from his position as National Committeeman, effective June 3rd, 2019.
In Wyoming we are fortunate how our national delegation represents our interests so well. I was proud to see our own Liz Cheney take a stand on a Sunday morning show where she shone the light on the corruption surrounding the Mueller Investigation,
“We had people that are at the highest levels of our law enforcement ... saying that they were going to stop a duly elected president of the United States. That sounds an awful lot like a coup and it could well be treason.”
Governor Mark Gordon is showing his intentions to fulfill his campaign promises. On the campaign trail Candidate Gordon spoke often of getting Wyoming’s financial house in order. Now, he’s not only outlined a plan to accomplish a budget made simpler, but added expectations and a plan to increase efficiency through our state agencies.
On Monday June 3, 2019, state party Chairman W. Frank Eathorne was notified of the resignation of the state party’s National Committeeman, Richard George. This position will be filled by election of the Central Committee within 120 days, by Sep 30th. WRP Bylaws Art VI.9.1 & 2.