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The field of candidates for Jackson Town Council — three declared council hopefuls and two write-in candidates who are approaching the race very differently — will be narrowed to four for the Nov. 3 general election. That means the two write-in campaigns for Town Council might affect the rac…

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Teton County Elections Senior Deputy Clerk Kellie Dickerson said she has seen more absentee ballot requests this year than ever before as a result of the behavior-changing COVID-19 pandemic.

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The mayoral primary is more or less uncontested. The top two vote-getters will advance to the general, where they will face off for the town’s top job. Vice Mayor Hailey Morton Levinson and write-in Michael Kudar are the only two people seeking the seat. Barring another strong, unforeseen wr…

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Candidates in primaries for the Wyoming House of Representatives are running unopposed. Democratic Reps. Mike Yin and Andy Schwartz will also likely run unopposed in the general election. Republican Bill Winney should face off against Independent Jim Roscoe come November to represent House D…

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With longtime U.S. Sen. Mike Enzi retiring at the end of the year, the ultimate winner in the Nov. 3 general election will be Wyoming’s first newcomer in the Senate since 2007. — Eds.

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CHEYENNE – The two in-state candidates vying for the Democratic nomination to unseat U.S. Rep. Liz Cheney discussed their stances on issues including a flailing national economy and systemic racism during a forum held recently in Riverton.

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The two Democratic and two Republican candidates for the Teton County Board of County Commissioners should all advance to the Nov. 3 general election, when they should compete with Independent Wes Gardner. Candidates are competing for two seats on the board: those currently held by Chairwoma…

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Candidates for state auditor have made improving government transparency part of their campaign platform. The state auditor’s office is facing criticism from groups that have requested financial and spending data and been charged high fees and met with a slow response.

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The field of six candidates for Jackson Town Council will be narrowed to four for the Nov. 6. general election. The election is nonpartisan, so any resident within the town can vote for four of the six candidates. They’re competing for two seats on the council: one held by incumbent Don Fran…