The special election for an independent community college district is 17 days away, but quite a few people have already taken advantage of the early voting period.
Bios and written responses from special election trustee candidates for a new community college district centered around Gillette College on questions asked by News Record reporters. In the Aug. 17 special election, Campbell County voters will be asked yes or no on creating the new district,…
The special election for an independent community college district is about a month from now, and more than 800 people have already cast their ballots.
A few hundred people already have cast their ballots even though the special election for an independent community college district in Campbell County is more than a month away.
The large body of 23 candidates vying to become the seven trustees of the Gillette Community College District stepped into the public eye Monday at the League of Women Voters election forum.
There are now a dozen people who have have applied to be community college district trustee candidates in the Aug. 17 special election.
Three more people have applied to be community college district trustee candidates in the Aug. 17 special election, bringing the pool of applicants to 10.
Terry Sjolin, Josh Dillinger and Chris Knapp were selected as the finalists for the vacant state House District 53 seat Thursday night.
Campbell County Clerk Susan Saunders is a veteran of overseeing elections and said Tuesday's record-setting one was a success for local voters and officials.
Campbell County voters said yes to a 4% lodging tax on Election Day by a small margin, 9,343 voters, or 50.65% in favor while 49.35%, or 9,104, voters were against it.
Tuesday proved to be a good day to be a judge in Wyoming, as all judges up for retention, and specifically the five Campbell County voted on, were retained and will continue their service on the bench.
Records were set in Campbell County four years ago with the 2016 presidential election. On Tuesday, the 2020 presidential election and four contested Gillette City Council races helped break many of those records.
With seven candidates to fill four positions, the race for Campbell County School District Board of Trustees boasted of one of the most crowded fields on the general election ballot for local voters.
The Cam-plex Wyoming Center was a little less crowded this afternoon than it was in the morning when lines reached out into the parking lot, but people have continued to turn out to vote on Election Day.
Twin lines outside Frontier and Equality halls greeted voters who arrived at Cam-plex to vote early morning before the doors opened at 7 a.m. The length of the lines indicated that was not an insignificant number of voters, as both snaked out into the parking lot and between cars.
Incumbent state Rep. Tim Hallinan, R-Gillette, beat his Democratic opponent Lynne Huskinson in Tuesday’s general election to retain his District 32 seat in the state House of Representatives.