We contacted all of the candidates filing for Mills Mayor via email to learn more about them. Below are the candidates running for mayor. The information was written by the candidates and unedited by Wyoming News Now.
“Our intent and our purpose of this is for the constituents to come out meet the people understand their platforms and make an informed, precise decision about who they are gonna vote for,” said Natrona County Republican Women PR and Media Chair Marcia Neumiller.
"Pursuant to Article 3, Section 10 of the Wyoming Constitution, only the House of Representatives is qualified to judge whether a member possesses the necessary qualifications to be elected to or continue to serve in the House of Representatives. As such the Secretary of State has properly referred the complaint to us."
Senate Democrats say it’s important to pass federal legislation to ensure each person’s right to vote. Republican senators say bills have been passed to extend voting rights and the power of changing voting laws should remain at the state level.
The Women’s March is gearing up to kick off nationally on Oct.2nd. Still, changes in legislation in several states, including our equality state, has organizers focused on the social impact of this upcoming event. Wendy Volk is a fifth-generation Wyomingite and local businesswoman passionate about women’s right to reproductive health.
Sen. Barrasso delivered the following remarks on the Senator floor about the Democrats’ prioritizing the confirmation of a nominee who collaborated with eco-terrorists to lead the Bureau of Land Management while America is currently facing a long list of Democrat-created crises.
Federal prosecutors argued in court documents filed Thursday that a three-judge panel of the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals correctly ruled last month that the government had proven its case against Dylann Roof, despite his protestations on several points.
The investigation is yet another liability for the embattled attorney general, who is facing a years-old criminal case, a separate, newer FBI investigation, and a Republican primary opponent who is seeking to make electoral hay of the various controversies.
U.S. officials found no evidence that foreign actors changed votes or otherwise disrupted the voting process in last November’s presidential election, according to government reports Tuesday affirming the integrity of the contest won by President Joe Biden.