Wyoming Activism

Equal Rights

Wyoming became the 44th State to join the Union on July 10th, 1890.

Wyoming Allows: Initiative Statutes, Referenda, Nominations and Local Recalls.

Signature Requirements:

  • State Initiative Statutes and State Referenda – 15% of the signatures of the voters who voted in the last General Election.
  • U.S. Senate, U.S. House and Governor. Partisan Candidates –  $250 filing fee – Minor Parties require 2% of the votes cast for the office sought in the last General Election.
  • State Offices – Partisan Candidates $20 filing fee.
  • Recalls – 25% of all registered electors in the city or town with NO TIME RESTRICTION FOR GATHERING SIGNATURES!

Article 3 of the Wyoming Constitution provides citizens the right to Statewide Initiatives and Referenda.

Wyoming would allow local I&R as described in the State Statutes for the “Commission form of Government Cities,” but today, there are no cities in the state that use this system.

The following three websites provide the most current information about your state’s ballot proposal news.

Wyoming at Ballotpedia

Wyoming at Citizens in Charge

Wyoming at Recall the Rogues

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