Programs implemented in other states, like motor-voter registration and all mail-in elections, have been successful in upping voter access.
Lawmakers and election leaders have long praised the state’s election and voter access law as exceptional. But voter advocates argue systemic hurdles make it harder for marginalized populations.
Higher than usual turnout attributed to get-out-the-vote efforts, early voting and the state’s highest absentee voting in history.
High-profile GOP incumbents and other moderates were targeted — and defeated — by gun-rights, party-purity and anti-tax-group-backed candidates.
Voters in Wyoming’s primary election Tuesday nominated an all-woman slate of candidates for seats in the U.S. Capitol.