Wyoming Elections

The Most Liberal Towns in Wyoming
In the 2012 Presidential Election, only one town in Wyoming voted for Obama.
And anybody who lives here could guess which town that was.
Jackson is the most liberal place in the Cowboy State, and it's not really that liberal. Only 54 percent of Jackson residents voted Democrat in the last Preside…
How Well Does Wyoming Pick Presidents?
Wyoming is considered one of the most conservative political states in the country, and rightfully so.
No Democrat has carried the Cowboy State in a Presidential election since Lyndon Johnson in 1964. However, Wyoming has voted for eight Democratic nominees since it was granted statehood in 1890...
What Is Wyoming's Most Conservative Town?
When it comes to politics, Wyoming is one of the most conservative states in America.
In the 2012 Presidential Election, 68.64% of Wyoming voters cast their ballots for Mitt Romney. Only Utah had a higher percentage of Republican voters...
Are Wyoming Voters Legally Allowed to Take 'Ballot Selfies'?
Election officials across the country are dealing with a new issue this year. Is it legal for voters to take and publish "ballot selfies" inside polling stations?
In many states, it is illegal to photograph completed ballots. Some states prohibit photography inside polling places al…
The Closest Election in Wyoming History
In yesterday's primary election, House District 41 Republican candidate Bill Henderson defeated his opponent Patrick Fitzgerald by one vote, 583 to 582. Another race was decided by four votes.
Interestingly, Henderson's victory was not the closest election in Wyoming history...