Chairman Eathorne at the Summer 2018 RNC meeting is proud to team with the record-breaking RNC Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel.
"I couldn't be more pleased and excited to work with Chairwoman McDaniel and the countless ways the RNC is helping President Trump and our Republican values win each day"
Republicans you can observe your Republican Party at work!
The Wyoming Republican Party is holding its quarterly State Central Committee Meeting in Rawlins!
"Winning Messaging and Media Strategies" Training Session
Chairman Frank Eathorne is pleased to invite all Wyoming Republicans, especially state central committee members and Republican candidates for elected office to attend Wyoming Republicans the "Winning Messaging and Media Strategies" session on June 30th, starting at 2 pm or after the adjournment of the state central committee meeting.
The Wyoming Republican Party announced that Leigh Vosler of Laramie County will serve as the party’s interim secretary.
The Wyoming Republican Party State Central Committee has nominated three people to fill the vacant Secretary of State office; Ed Buchanan from Torrington, Darin Smith from Cheyenne, and Richard George from Cody.
Wyoming GOP Seeks Applicants For Secretary of State
Wyoming Republican Party Chairman W. Frank Eathorne has called a meeting of the Wyoming Republican Party State Central Committee to consider applications to fill the vacancy in the office of Secretary of State resulting from the resignation of Secretary of State Ed Murray on February 9, 2018.
The Wyoming Republican Party’s State Central Committee will meet this Friday and Saturday, November 17th and 18th, at the Days Inn in Thermopolis. The business session will be Saturday, starting at 8:00, in the Days Inn’s meeting rooms. The Central Committee will discuss plans for the 2018 campaign season. Meetings are open to the public.
At the recent Central Committee meeting in Gillette, the Wyoming Republican Party took a stand on two issues in Wyoming: two resolutions opposing tax increases, and one on Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity (SOGI) legislation.
Two resolutions spoke to Wyoming's budget problems. One expressed blanket opposition to recent proposals in the Interim Revenue Committee to raise taxes and fees on Wyomingites. The other made clear opposition to a proposal to a Gross Receipts tax (basically an income tax with no deductions).
The third spoke to Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity (SOGI) legislation, including municipal and county ordinances.
The three resolutions are:
Barely a month has gone by since I was elected chairman of the Wyoming Republican Party – and there’s already something we should discuss.