Wyoming

WYOMING GENERAL ELECTION BALLOT

All results are unofficial and are subject to change

Winners appear in bold

Results as of 2:15 p.m. EST

Resources

Office of the Wyoming Secretary of State

Casper Star-Tribune

Wyoming Tribune-Eagle

 

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WYOMING 2008 BALLOT

United States President & Vice President

United States Senate: 2 seats (1 unexpired term)

United States House of Representatives: All Seats

State Supreme Court: 1 seat

State Senate: Even-numbered districts (15 seats)

State House of Representatives: All seats
State Initiatives & Referenda

PRESIDENT & VICE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES

 

cJohn McCain/Sarah Palin (R)

Barack Obama/Joe Biden (D)

Bob Barr/Wayne Root (L)
Cynthia McKinney/Rosa Clemente (G)
Ralph Nader/Matt Gonzalez (I)
Chuck Baldwin/Darrell L. Castle (I)

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UNITED STATES SENATE

 

cMike Enzi (R) Incumbent

Chris Rothfuss (D)

Unexpired Term


Nick Carter (D)

cJohn Barrasso (R) Incumbent

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UNITED STATES HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
At-Large

 

W. David Herbert (L)

cCynthia M. Lummis (R)

Gary Trauner (D)

 

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SUPREME COURT

Retention Vote

c

William U. Hill

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STATE SENATE

Total Senate Seats: 30

Total Senate Seats up for Election: 16

Total Senate Republicans:23

Total (R) Seats up for Election: 14

Total Senate Democrats: 7

Total  (D) Seats up for Election:2

 
District 2
District 4

cJim Anderson (R) Incumbent

Jason Wright (D)

 Tony Ross (R) Incumbent

District 6
District 8

cWayne Johnson (R) Incumbent
Phyllis Sherard (D)

  Floyd A. Esquibel (D)

District 10
District 12

cPhil Nicholas (R) Incumbent
Neil Harrison (D)
 

Marty Martin (D)

District 14
District 16

 Stan Cooper (R) Incumbent

  Dan Dockstader (R)

District 18
District 20

Henry Coe (R) Incumbent

 Gerald E. Geis (R) Incumbent  

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District 22
District 24

 John Schiffer (R) Incumbment  

 Michael Von Flatern (R) Incumbent  

District 26
District 27

 Eli D. Bebout (R) Incumbent  

cBill Landen (R) Incumbent

Bert Toews (D)  

District 28
District 30

Erich Frankland (D)
cKit Jennings (R) Incumbent
 

 Charles K. Scott (R) Incumbent

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STATE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

Total House Seats: 60
Total House Seats up for Election: 60

Total House Republicans:43

Total (R) Seats up for Election: 43

Total House Democrats: 17

Total (D) Seats up for Election: 17

District 1
District 2
  Mark A. Semlek (R) Incumbent   Ross Diercks (D) Incumbent
District 3
District 4
Terry R. Jones (D)
cFrank Peasley (R)  

Edward Buchanan (R) Incumbent

District 5
District 6

Russell Johnson (D)
cMatt Teeters (R) Incumbent

Chase Anfinson (D)
cRichard Cannady (R)

Tom L. Strock (I)

District 7
District 8

cBryan Pederson (R)
Clair A. Schwan (L)

Ken Tuma (D)

cLori A. Millin (D) Incumbent
Bob Nicholas (R)

District 9
District 10
Anthony M. Reyes (D)
cDavid L. Zwonitzer (R) Incumbent

 Rodney Anderson (R) Incumbent

Jana Howard Ginter (D)

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District 11
District 12

 Mary A. Throne (D) Incumbent

cAmy Edmonds (R) Incumbent

Katherine Van Dell (D)

District 13
District 14
 Cathy Connolly (D)

cKermit C. Brown (R) Incumbent

Pat Kiovsky (D)

District 15
District 16

 George W. Bagby (D) Incumbent

cPete Jorgensen (D) Incumbent
Joe Schloss (R)
District 17
District 18
cBernadine L. Craft (D) Incumbent
Clark Stith (R)

cAllen M. Jaggi (R) Incumbent

Aaron Thomas Wostrel (D)

District 19
District 20

 Owen Petersen (R) Incumbent

 Kathy Davison (R) Incumbent

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District 21
District 22

 Robert McKim (R)

 Jim Roscoe (D)
Charles Stough (R)
District 23
District 24
 Keith Gingery (R) Incumbent

 Colin M. Simpson (R) Incumbent

District 25
District 26

 Dave Bonner (R)

 Elaine D. Harvey (R) Incumbent
District 27
District 28

 Debbie Healy Hammons (D) Incumbent

  Lorraine Quarberg (R) Incumbent

District 29
District 30
Elmer Kuball (L)
cJohn W. Patton (R)

 Jack Landon Jr. (R) Incumbent

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District 31
District 32

cTom Lubnau (R) Incumbent

Billy Montgomery (D)

cTimothy P. Hallinan (R) Incumbent

Duffy Jenniges (D)^

District 33
District 34
cW. Patrick Goggles (D) Incumbent
Joe Malek (R)

Richard Brubaker (L)
cFrank Philp (R) Incumbent

District 35
District 36

  Roy Cohee (R) Incumbent

  Mary Hales (D) Incumbent

District 37
District 38

 Steve Harshman (R) Incumbent

Fred Arnold (D)
cBob Brechtel (R) Incumbent
District 39
District 40
 Stan Blake (D) Incumbent

 Mike Madden (R) Incumbent

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District 41
District 42
cKen A. Esquibel (D) Incumbent
Becket B. Hinckley (R)

  Pete Illoway (R) Incumbent

District 43
District 44
Kevin Lumsden (D)^
cDan Zwonitzer (R) Incumbent

cJames W. Byrd (D)
Drew Hill (R)

District 45
District 46

 Seth Carson (D)

cGlenn Moniz (R)

Jim Thompson (D)

District 47
District 48

 William Steward (R) Incumbent

 Joseph M. Barbuto (D)

District 49
District 50

  Saundra Meyer (D) Incumbent

 Pat Childers (R) Incumbent

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District 51
District 52

 Rosie Berger (R) Incumbent

 Sue Wallis (R) Incumbent

District 53
District 54

 Erin E. Mercer (R) Incumbent

cDel McOmie (R) Incumbent
David M. Neary (D)

District 55
District 56
  David R. Miller (R) Incumbent     Tim Stubson (R) Incumbent
District 57
District 58
Timothy A. DeLany (L)
Jane Ifland (D)
cThomas A. Lockhart (R) Incumbent
 
  Lisa Shepperson (R) Incumbent
District 59
District 60
cMike A. Gilmore (D)
Tanise M. Lavering (R)

 Bill Thompson (D) Incumbent

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INITIATIVES & REFERENDA

Item
Status

Constitutional Amendment A

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YES

Constitutional Amendment B


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NO

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