October 5, 2020
In a general election, you probably have a good sense of the top races, the candidates, and their positions. But what about some of the down-ballot races? What about “judicial retentions?” If you aren’t familiar with individual judges, how do you make an informed decision about whether they should be retained?
September 28, 2020
First up in our Unpacking What’s On Your Ballot series: Wyoming Constitutional Amendment A, the Municipal Debt for Sewage Systems Measure.
What does it propose to do?
September 21, 2020
Today is National Register to Vote Day. Even if you pretty sure you’re already registered, it’s worth checking again with your county clerk. You can find your county clerk’s contact information—plus a ton of other great information about voting in Wyoming—here.
September 18, 2020
Thanks to everyone who tuned in for this month’s edition of the People’s Review: LIVE! We had a lively discussion with five Wyoming journalists and editors about how the decline of local news and the spread of misinformation hurts civic engagement and weakens our democracy. If you missed it, be sure to check out the recording.
September 16, 2020
The General Election is Tuesday, November 3rd. There is an unprecedented interest in voting at the same time there is a public health emergency. Fortunately, that means that people are getting better prepared for election day earlier than ever.
September 15, 2020 The decline of local news combined with the explosion of online misinformation is not just a story about a waning industry—it’s a historic economic and cultural disruption that could threaten the viability of our traditional representative democracy. Join us online Thursday, September 17, at 5 p.m. to hear from a panel of Wyoming journalists and editors as …