Secretary of State’s Office Certifies General Election Candidates

Written by on September 6, 2018

Press Release – A total of 146 state-level candidates will appear on Wyoming’s 2018 General Election Ballot. The Wyoming Secretary of State’s Office certified seven congressional candidates, 12 candidates seeking state-wide office, 109 candidates for state legislature, and 18 state court judges up for retention. These candidates include 78 Republicans, 38 Democrats, five Libertarians, five Independent candidates, and two Constitution Party members.
“We are on the final stretch of the 2018 Election Cycle and barely 60 days away from the General Election on November 6th. I hope that every voter spends some time in the coming weeks to familiarize themselves with the candidates on their ballot. We are blessed in Wyoming to have accessible elected officials and candidates eager to hear from voters.  No one should hesitate to call or email candidates to hear from them directly.  Our state has a future, but which future depends on the voters,” said Secretary of State Edward Buchanan.   
Five Independent candidates for state legislature obtained the necessary number of valid signatures from voters in their districts to be placed on the ballot. These candidates are: Jim Roscoe in House District 22; Dave Hardesty in House District 31; Chad Trebby in House District 32; Chris Schock in House District 40; and Ted Barney in Senate District 13. Three write-in candidates certified by the State Canvassing Board have now accepted their party’s nomination to be included on the general election ballot. These candidates are: Chris Lowry, candidate for state treasurer; Alex Muromcew in House District 23; and Mark Calhoun in House District 54.
The certified 2018 General Election Candidate Roster may be found here: 

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