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Presidential candidate Darrell Castle promotes conservatism, constitutionalism
As Americans contemplate their options on the November ballot, Constitution Party presidential candidate Darrell Castle hopes voters will consider an alternative to the two main parties: A political party espousing strict adherence to the document that established the U.S. government more than two centuries ago. READ THE STORY HERE.
CP voters have a House candidate in Daniel Cummings
WYO. WELDER BEATS EPA IN STOCK POND BATTLE
A Wyoming man threatened with $16 million in fines over the building of a stock pond reached a settlement with the Environment Protection Agency, allowing him to keep the pond without a federal permit or hefty fine. Andy Johnson, of Fort Bridger, Wyoming obtained a state permit before building the stock pond in 2012 on his sprawling nine-acre farm for a small herd of livestock. READ THE STORY HERE.
Wyo legislative panel weighs tax hikes as revenues drop
A Wyoming legislative committee is considering whether to allow local governments to impose an optional tax on grocery purchases.
vote centers get mixed reviews
from Townsquare Media/KGAB
Laramie County will be utilizing vote centers for this year’s primary and general elections, but not everyone is in favor of the new voting method. County Clerk Debbye Lathrop, who spearheaded the change, says voters will be able to cast their ballots at any one of thirteen vote centers throughout the county, rather than having to vote in their own precinct. READ THE STORY HERE.
DARRELL CASTLE'S ACCEPTANCE SPEECH
Constitution Party Nominee Acceptance Speech Darrell Castle and Scott Bradley, the 2016 presidential and vice presidential Constitution Party nominees, gave their acceptance speeches at the party’s convention. FIND THE VIDEO HERE.
Constitution Party hosts national convention in SLC
There's a national convention going on in Salt Lake City right now, but chances are you know little about the political party running it. Delegates from 28 states are gathering at the Downtown Hilton for The Constitution Party National Convention. They come with little fanfare to take care of party business and nominate candidates. As party leaders host the convention they admit their philosophy is relatively unknown. READ THE STORY HERE.
from the Casper Journal
In a major shift away from local polling places, two-thirds of Casper’s voters will be casting their ballots at two centralized locations in the upcoming primary and general elections. READ THE STORY HERE.
Big Pay Raises in Wyoming Governor’s Office
from Associated Press/KGAB
Top officials in Wyoming Gov. Matt Mead’s office have received pay raises in recent years far exceeding the rate the state has allocated for overall employee salary increases. READ THE STORY HERE.
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