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Questions over the gubernatorial candidate’s residency are too complicated to be settled by Aug. 21 and damage to election is already done, judge says.
Elections office records show the gubernatorial candidate listed three different residential addresses in four years, none of which appear to qualify as residences.
Six would-be governors tout their proposals for growing Wyoming’s economy and shrinking the state’s government, but avoid discussion of new taxes.
Many lawmakers settling into Wyoming’s temporary Capitol building next week may have one eye on the state’s budget and one eye on re-election prospects.