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.”
Congressman Cynthia Lummis told the people of Wyoming today that after eight years of service in the US House of Representatives, she will not seek a 5th term in office.
Wyoming Republican Party Chairman Matt Micheli released the following statement today on the abhorrent videos showcasing Planned Parenthood employee behavior:
Wyoming Republican Party Chairman Matt Micheli released the following statement today in celebration of America’s Independence:
Wyoming Republican Party Chairman Matt Micheli released the following statement today in response to the Supreme Court’s ruling in the King v. Burwell case:
On April 11, the Wyoming Republican Party met in Casper, Wyoming, to elect new leadership.