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.
“We will tirelessly defend the rights of unborn children.”
Cheyenne, Wyo. - Today, a group of pro-life Republican legislators announced plans to begin Precious Feet Fridays, a weekly show of support for the right to life of every unborn child.
Pro-life leaders in the Wyoming Legislature affirmed their support for the sanctity of human life with a pledge to wear Precious Feet lapel pins each Friday during Wyoming’s 64th Legislative Session. The legislators will be providing pins to like-minded lawmakers and guests to share the pro-life message across Wyoming.
WY GOP FILES SECOND COMPLAINT ALLEGING MORE DEMOCRAT CAMPAIGN LAW VIOLATIONS
Dems Admit Guilt to First Complaint Filed by GOP Last Week by Calling Their Campaign Law Violation a“Huge Miscommunication on Our Part”
October 25, 2016
Cheyenne – The Wyoming Republican Party today filed a second complaint in as many weeks with the WY Secretary of State’s Office (SOS), this time asking them to investigate whether a leftist campaign organization provided illegal election assistance to some Democratic Party State House and Senate Candidates and whether there was illegal consultation and cooperation between some candidates and the organization.
WYOMING DEMOCRATS PAY OBAMA OPERATIVES THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS TO BRING WASHINGTON, DC STYLE POLITICS TO WYOMING
October 21, 2016
Cheyenne, WY: The Wyoming Republican Party has filed a formal complaint with the Wyoming Secretary of State outlining clear evidence of potential violations of Wyoming Campaign finance law.
Recently, Wyoming has been hit with a series of negative mailers attacking Wyoming Republicans. These mailers claim to be sent by the group “Women Lead Wyoming.” In actuality, “Women Lead Wyoming” is a fictitious pseudonym for a group of Obama operatives who have worked extensively with the Democratic National Committee. To compound matters, this group of Obama operatives has been paid thousands of dollars for “consulting activities” by Democratic candidates for the Wyoming State House and Senate.
Wyoming Republican Party and State Superintendent Balow Reject President Obama’s School Bathroom Edict
Wyoming Republican Party Chairman Matt Micheli and State Superintendent Jillian Balow released the following joint statement today regarding guidance from the U.S. Departments of Education and Justice on the civil rights of transgender students.
The Parkway Plaza Convention Center is at standing room only levels in anticipation of Saturday’s 2016 Wyoming Republican State Convention where the State GOP’s final 14 delegates to the National Convention will be selected.
The Republican National Committee has two jobs. First is to hold a convention, which nominates a presidential candidate. The second is to see to the election of that nominee. So: how does the Wyoming Republican Party select its delegates and alternates to that convention? No two states do it exactly the same way.
More than 500 Wyoming Republican delegates and alternates elected from each county and other friends and guests will gather in Casper, Wyoming to conduct the Wyoming Republican State Convention on April 14-16.
State GOP Chairman Matt Micheli is calling on Democrat presidential candidate Hillary Clinton to apologize and retract her comments of last week when she stated, “we’re gonna put a lot of coal miners and coal companies out of business.”