Election season is upon us: Teton County residents can officially start casting early absentee ballots Friday.
Most people know Jonathan Schechter as Jackson Hole’s data guru, but, with any luck, come November, he’ll be known as Councilor Schechter.
Jackson musician and libertarian Judd Grossman is running again for Town Council to challenge big government. He came in third in the 2016 race, losing to Jim Stanford and Hailey Morton Levinson.
Perennial Republican candidate Rex Rammell, who announced his 2018 gubernatorial campaign in January, informed the Wyoming Republican Party on Monday that he is considering switching to the Constitution Party.
Whichever party controls the White House has historically lost seats in Congress and state houses during the midterm elections. But as President Trump continues to create controversial headlines, even conservatives in deep red states like Wyoming are worried about their chances in the 2018 c…
Rep. Mike Gierau, D-Teton, announced this weekend that he will vacate his seat in the state House of Representatives for a chance to join the Wyoming Senate.
State Treasurer and gubernatorial candidate Mark Gordon is hosting a casual meet and greet from 4 to 5:30 p.m. Sunday at The Wort Hotel.
Alta native and longtime Teton County public servant and politician Leland Christensen announced Thursday afternoon that he is running for Wyoming treasurer, under the slogan of “Increase investment returns, not new taxes.”
In the wake of back-and-forth advertising campaigns pushing and panning the 11 specific purpose excise tax initiatives on the May 2 ballot, Jackson Town Councilman Jim Stanford organized a “debate” Thursday between public officials and special interest groups.