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November 5th, 2014

Barrasso Says Vote Supports Republican Control

In news coming in from Washington about Tuesday's election, U.S. Senator John Barrasso, a Republican from Wyoming who was not up for re-election, said the vote shows that Americans want Republicans sent to Washington to end the gridlock and start solving problems.

Enzi Thanks Fellow Candidates

As Election Day coverage wrapped Tuesday night, Wyoming's U.S. senior Senator Mike Enzi who was voted in for a fourth term was thanking is fellow candidates.

“I know firsthand,” he said, “how difficult putting your name on a ballot can be and the toll it can take on your families and careers.”

November 4th

Wyoming News

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Here is the latest Wyoming news from The Associated Press

No Surprises In Johnson County's Unopposed Races

There were no surprises in the election for Johnson County's Elected Officials. All those winning in the Primary Election took the General Election as well.

A Look At State and Federal Races In Johnson County

Voters in Johnson County chose to give current Governor Matt Mead another term in office.
Mead won the county with 2,179 votes. Pete Gosar finished with 812; and Don Wills finished with 156. Dee Cozzens had 51 votes in the county.

Mike Johnson Wins Buffalo Mayoral Race, City Council Results

Challenger Mike Johnson has won the race for Buffalo's Mayor, defeating incumbent Randy Dyess.
Johnson received 1,010 votes or 62% of the votes cast and Dyess received 553 votes or 34% of the votes cast.

Joco. Special-One Cent Sales, Lodging Taxes Pass

Johnson County residents voted on two taxes and one possible amendment to the Wyoming constitution during the General Election Tuesday, and the results are in.

A Look Back in Time: Nov. 5, 1914

Buffalo Creek, the last Sheridan County precinct to report election results, went strongly Democratic except for three instances.

One-Cent Renewal Passes Easily

The renewal of the optional one-cent sales tax in Sheridan County passed easily during Tuesday's General Election as 68 percent of voters were in favor of continuing the tax. Sheridan County Commissioner Terry Cram weighs in on the outcome.

Jennings Wins District 30 Seat

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Mark Jennings, Republican Candidate for State Representative for House District 30, which covers a portion of Sheridan, garnered 2,068 votes to beat out Independent Val Burgess, who ran as a write-in candidate.