Roger Miller was elected Sheridan's mayor Tuesday night, defeating Alex Lee by nearly 2,000 votes, 4,789 to 2,805, with all of Sheridan County's 29 precincts reporting. Returns are unofficial pending a canvass of election results Thursday afternoon. 57 write-in votes were cast.

Clifford Reed and Laurie Walters-Clark were unofficially elected to Dayton's town council Tuesday night in a close race among four candidates. Reed received 237 votes, and Walters-Clark 195.

Jeffrey Barron and Samantha Nixon were unofficially elected to four-year terms on Ranchester's town council, and Lacie Schwend to a two-year term in Tuesday's election. All were running unopposed.

Bruce Hoffman, Gary Koltiska, Debra Wendtland and Walt Wragge were unofficially elected to the Northern Wyoming Community College District board of trustees Tuesday. Hoffman and Wragge are incumbents, the others are not.

Sheridan County voters unofficially returned three incumbents and two newcomers to the Sheridan County School District 2 board of trustees Tuesday. Incumbents were Molly Steel, Wayne Schatz and Tony Wendtland. New to the board are Michael Sweeney and Shane Rader.

Sheridan County voters unofficially supported the proposed Constitutional Amendment A, which changes how certain state funds are invested, and supported keeping the 4 percent lodging tax in Tuesday's elections.

Amy Vineyard, Barry Bauer and Sam Olsen were unofficially elected as trustees of Sheridan County School District 3, Arvada-Clearmont in Tuesday's elections. With five candidates in the race, Vineyard received 143 votes, Bauer 132 and Olsen 121.

Sheridan County voters favored Republican Liz Cheney over her challengers in the race for Wyoming's lone U.S. representative. The Casper Star-Tribune has announced that Cheney carried Wyoming.

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