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.


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RNC Executive Committee Passes Resolution Condemning Democrats’ Secretive Impeachment “Investigation”

WASHINGTON – Republican National Committee (RNC) Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel issued the following statement after the RNC’s Executive Committee unanimously passed a resolution in support of President Trump and the Graham-McConnell resolution:

"Today, members of the RNC Executive Committee unanimously passed a resolution of support for our president and the Graham-McConnell resolution condemning the unprecedented actions of House Democrats," said Chairwoman McDaniel. "However baseless this inquiry may be, if House Democrats are intent on pursuing their political vendetta against President Trump, he should at least be afforded the same due process as every other American. Their unwillingness to do that is further evidence that this partisan sham is nothing more than a desperate attempt to take down a president they know they can’t beat at the ballot box." 


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President Trump's Accomplishments

Reading through this long list of worthy accomplishments is WHY we need to work hard for our president to ensure a Trump 2020 victory

The below is a brief summary of the top accomplishments achieved under President
Trump’s administration. (Updated Oct. 5, 2019)
President Trump’s policies have put the American economy into high gear.
• Since President Trump was elected over 6.5 million jobs have been created.
• Over 500,000 manufacturing jobs have been created since the president was elected.
• Highlights of September’s jobs report:

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