The work of the Wyoming Republican Party was concluded in the culminating event, the June Convention of 2020. In an unusual year, the party was required to split the Convention, the first happening over Zoom in May and the second taking place last weekend in person in Gillette, WY. The Delegates to the Wyoming State Republican Convention have now completed their work for 2020. The June 27th meeting was convened to complete the Party’s business, which included ratifying the selection of Wyoming Delegates to the Republican National Convention to support the re-election of President Donald J. Trump, and ratifying the election of our National Committeeman Corey Steinmetz and our National Committeewoman, Harriet Hageman. Changes to the Party’s Bylaws, Platforms and Resolutions were also addressed.
If you registered to vote absentee by mail, your ballot is on its way. We encourage you to evaluate the candidates and vote for those whose values align with the Republican Party Platform (https://www.wyoming.gop/wyoming_republican_party_platform).
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In a straw poll taken over the weekend at the Wyoming Republican Party State Convention, elected delegates to the Convention chose Sheridan’s Bryan Miller as the favored candidate for United States Senate. The Wyoming Republican Party met Thursday through Saturday last week for their State Convention during which time they conducted the business of the party.
Cheyenne - The Wyoming Republican Party is delighted to announce that Charlie Kirk of Turning Point USA will be speaking at the 2020 State Convention at CAM-PLEX in Gillette. Mr. Kirk will serve as MC for the U.S. Congressional Delegation’s biennial dinner for GOP delegates on Friday, June 26th. In addition, Mr. Kirk will be speaking at a local Gillette church the afternoon of Saturday, June 27th. Details of the time and location will be announced separately. Finally, Mr. Kirk will be the keynote speaker at the GOP banquet June 27th starting at 6:30pm and a private welcome reception with Mr. Kirk will start at 5:30pm.
EARHARDT: What will Jacksonville allow you guys to do that Charlotte won't?
CHAIRWOMAN MCDANIEL: Well, one, the mayor, Lenny Curry and also Governor DeSantis have just worked with us every step of the way. And they want this to be a great event to show that their state is open, America is open for business, so we are going to have an arena.
The Montana primaries took place this week and the #WinRed movement has certainly made an impact! Conservatives were overwhelmingly victorious. Long serving legislators lost based on their voting records and ignoring their constituents.
Although it is disheartening to have had our office front defamed by protestors it comes as no surprise. The organization of the Left is astounding and their tactics are consistently undermining morality. We will clean up our windows and continue in the fight for justice for all.
CANDIDATE FILING PERIOD IS OPEN!
May 14-29 is the Wyoming candidate filing period. All candidates for US House, US Senate, the Wyoming state House and Senate, County Commissioners, Hospital Districts, Conservation Districts, School Districts, Precinct Committeemen and Precinct Committeewomen, and any other position to appear on the August 18 Primary Election ballot must file in the next two weeks.