The Equality State Policy Center

A non-partisan, coalition-based organization. We advance fair elections and transparent government in support of all Wyoming communities.

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On Thursday, June 27th at Noon, the Equality State Policy Center will speak with experts about policies impacting the LGBTQIA+ community in Wyoming. Learn how civic engagement can chart the course forward! Join us for this free, interactive People's Review LIVE!

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The ESPC Coalition stands firm on protecting ballot drop boxes

June 18, 2024

June 18th, 2024 Yet again, the Equality State Policy Center (ESPC) Coalition is responding to inflammatory and misguided media releases from the Wyoming Secretary of State, Chuck Gray.  On June 5th, the Secretary of State issued a directive, an official instruction, to county clerks to discontinue the use of ballot drop boxes in Wyoming.  Ballot …

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Equality State Policy Center Hosts “The People’s Review: Live!” Event on Pride and Policy

June 13, 2024

June 13th, 2024 For Immediate Release Equality State Policy Center Hosts “The People’s Review: Live!” Event on Pride and Policy LARAMIE, Wyo. – The Equality State Policy Center (ESPC) is excited to announce the latest installment of “The People’s Review: Live!”—a virtual event dedicated to exploring the intersection of LGBTQIA+ issues and policy. This event …

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Reyna-Pugh: Wyoming’s Hispanic and Latino voters should not be used as political pawns

May 20, 2024

Election integrity is a nonpartisan issue, and efforts to safeguard the sanctity of our electoral process should transcend political affiliations. By framing a nonpartisan process in partisan terms, Wyoming’s Secretary of State Chuck Gray risks undermining the consensus necessary to enact meaningful reforms to protect and uplift our elections. In a press release from April …

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Harnessing Collective Power: How the Fair Elections Community Defeated the Secretary of State’s Proposed Rules

May 2, 2024

When the Secretary of State posted his proposed rules to Chapter 2 of the Wyoming election procedures, the Equality State Policy Center felt compelled to speak out against burdensome changes to the election process so close to an election. Thus began ESPC’s journey to mobilize, educate, and advocate for change. Our first step in addressing …

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Our Wind Energy Tax Policy – What it Means for the Industry and for Communities

May 1, 2024

TAX FACTS LUNCH & LEARN Equality State Policy Center Marissa Carpio mcarpio@equalitystate.org May 01, 2024 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Our Wind Energy Tax Policy – What it Means for the Industry and for Communities Cheyenne, WY — On Wednesday, May 29th at Noon, the grassroots initiative Wyoming Tax Facts and the Equality State Policy Center will …

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