People’s Review: LIVE! Survive, Drive & Thrive Report Recap

July 16, 2021 Wyoming Governor Mark Gordon recently released Proposals for the Future: Wyoming’s guide to Survive, Drive and Thrive, outlining the COVID-19 recovery for our state. Wyoming Department of Workforce Services Director Robin Sessions Cooley, Wyoming Department of Family Services (DFS) Director Korin Schmidt, and Wyoming County Commissioners Association President/Converse County Commissioner Jim Willox were all members of the …

Thank You.

March 31, 2021

We wanted to share the same thank you message that Healthy Wyoming offered up on their website in the wake of the historic advances and ultimate defeat of Medicaid expansion in the 66th Wyoming Legislature. Read on.

Say THANK YOU to the Representatives Who Said YES to Medicaid Expansion!

UPDATE 3/24/21: HB 162 PASSED OUT OF THE HOUSE! Check out how your rep. voted today and please send them a note of thanks if they were in support! Ayes:  Representative(s) Banks, Barlow, Brown, Clifford, Connolly, Crago, Duncan, Eklund, Eyre, Harshman, Henderson, Kinner, Larsen, L, Macguire, Martinez, Newsome, Nicholas, Oakley, Obermueller, O’hearn, Olsen, Paxton, Provenza, Roscoe, Schwartz, Sherwood, Sommers, Stith, Sweeney, …

Support Democracy by Supporting Voters!

Members of House Corporations, Elections & Political Subdivisions will take up HB 75 “Voter fraud” prevention on Wednesday February 24th at 1:30pm—and they need to hear from you! How can you get involved? Comment on the Legislature’s website or sign up to testify. Use the information below to tell lawmakers you oppose this bill. Wyoming should be making voting more accessible—not more restrictive. Talking …

The Integrity of Wyoming’s Elections

February 18, 2021 The February People’s Review: LIVE! digs into the conversation about election integrity that’s happening across our state. We want to make sure that you have the information and the tools to talk about this with your friends, family—and your elected officials. First, we can’t say this enough times: Thank your county clerk! These public servants are the …