The party’s central committee members re-elected chairman Frank Eathorne by an almost unanimous vote over the weekend in what officials call a sign of the party’s unity.
Party officials say a 2016 miscommunication about a Trump campaign financial transfer caused the state party to violate campaign finance law.
The fight for control of Wyoming’s majority party has been ramping up for years. WyoFile examines the latest skirmishes.
Far-right Republicans increased their voting bloc in the Wyoming Legislature and the state’s dominant political party cemented statehouse power.
Corporate income tax would have helped fund public schools, but many state senators decided their own reelection campaigns were more important.