FEDERAL OFFICES
US REPRESENTATIVE
2 YEAR TERM, VOTE FOR 1
REPUBLICAN
HARRIET HAGEMAN –  5,118
DEMOCRATIC
LYNNETTE GREYBULL – 987
LIBERTARIAN
RICHARD BRUBAKER – 178
CONSTITUTION
MARISSA JOY SELVIG – 161

STATE OFFICES
GOVERNOR
4 YEAR TERM, VOTE FOR 1
REPUBLICAN
MARK GORDON – 5,223
DEMOCRATIC
THERESA A. LIVINGSTON – 754
LIBERTARIAN
JARED J. BALDES – 269

SECRETARY OF STATE
4 YEAR TERM, VOTE FOR 1
REPUBLICAN
CHUCK GRAY – 5,585

STATE AUDITOR
4 YEAR TERM, VOTE FOR 1
REPUBLICAN
KRISTI RACINES – 5,612

STATE TREASURER
4 YEAR TERM, VOTE FOR 1
REPUBLICAN
CURT MEIER – 5,645

SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
4 YEAR TERM, VOTE FOR 1
REPUBLICAN
MEGAN DEGENFELDER – 5,202
DEMOCRATIC
SERGIO A. MALDONADO, SR. – 1,050

SENATE DISTRICT 15
4 YEAR TERM, VOTE FOR 1
REPUBLICAN
WENDY DAVIS SCHULER – 5,242

HOUSE DISTRICT 49
2 YEAR TERM, VOTE FOR ONE 1
REPUBLICAN
RYAN C. BERGER – 2,060
DEMOCRATIC
TIM BEPPLER – 858

HOUSE DISTRICT 19
2 YEAR TERM, VOTE FOR ONE 1
VOTE FOR ONE (1)
REPUBLICAN
JON R. CONRAD – 1,748
DEMOCRATIC
SARAH BUTTERS – 374

HOUSE DISTRICT 18
2 YEAR TERM, VOTE FOR ONE 1
REPUBLICAN
SCOTT HEINER – 429
LIBERTARIAN
DENNIS B. LAUGHLIN – 63

COUNTY OFFICES
COUNTY COMMISSIONER
4 YEAR TERM, VOTE FOR NO MORE THAN 2
REPUBLICAN
DAVID MARK ANDERSON – 4,535
REPUBLICAN
ERIC SOUTH – 4,215

COUNTY CORONER
FOUR 4 YEAR TERM, VOTE FOR 1
REPUBLICAN
GREG CRANDALL – 5,924

COUNTY ATTORNEY
FOUR 4 YEAR TERM, VOTE FOR 1
REPUBLICAN
LORETTA HOWIESON KALLAS – 5,014

COUNTY SHERIFF
FOUR 4 YEAR TERM, VOTE FOR 1
REPUBLICAN
ANDY KOPP – 3,922
INDEPENDENT
ROWDY DEAN –2,651

COUNTY CLERK
FOUR 4 YEAR TERM, VOTE FOR 1
REPUBLICAN
AMANDA HUTCHINSON – 5,847

COUNTY TREASURER
4 YEAR TERM, VOTE FOR ONE 1
REPUBLICAN
TERRY BRIMHALL – 5,794

COUNTY ASSESSOR
4 YEAR TERM, VOTE FOR ONE 1
REPUBLICAN
LORI S. PERKINS – 5,639

CLERK OF DISTRICT COURT
4 YEAR TERM, VOTE FOR 1
REPUBLICAN
KERRI WRIGHT – 5,727

JUDICIAL
FOR JUDGE A OF THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE THIRD JUDICIAL DISTRICT
SHALL JUDGE JOSEPH B. BLUEMEL BE RETAINED IN OFFICE?
YES – 4,408
NO – 1,606

FOR THIRD JUDICIAL DISTRICT, CIRCUIT COURT JUDGE SHALL JUDGE JOHN R. PROKOS BE
RETAINED IN OFFICE?
YES – 4,413
NO – 1,242

FOR THIRD JUDICIAL DISTRICT, CIRCUIT COURT JUDGE SHALL JUDGE CRAIG L. JONES BE
RETAINED IN OFFICE?
YES – 4,451
NO – 1,217

MUNICIPAL OFFICES (EVANSTON)
EVANSTON CITY MAYOR
4 YEAR TERM, VOTE FOR ONE 1
KENT WILLIAMS – 1,711
TIM LYNCH – 1,449

EVANSTON COUNCIL WARD 1
4 YEAR TERM, VOTE FOR ONE 1
JEN HEGEMAN – 475
MIKAL D WELLING – 452

EVANSTON COUNCIL WARD 2
4 YEAR TERM, VOTE FOR ONE 1
JESSE LIND – 699
TIB OTTLEY – 555

EVANSTON COUNCIL WARD 3
4 YEAR TERM, VOTE FOR ONE 1
DAVID DON WELLING – 621

MUNICIPAL OFFICES (BEAR RIVER)
BEAR RIVER COUNCIL
VOTE FOR ONE 2
BJ STOKES111
CLYDE KOFOED –  98
TODD M. JONES –  72
JAMES G. JOHNSON –  35

MUNICIPAL OFFICES (LYMAN)
LYMAN TOWN MAYOR
4 YEAR TERM, VOTE FOR 1
SHANE HOOTON – 392
ALLEN WYATT – 287

LYMAN COUNCIL
4 YEAR TERM, VOTE FOR NOT MORE THAN 2
BRONSON BERG –  376
GREGG MORETTI –  373
JIMMY BRAMLETT –  258
BOB ARMSTRONG –  194

MUNICIPAL OFFICES (MT. VIEW)
MOUNTAIN VIEW COUNCIL
4 YEAR TERM, VOTE FOR NOT MORE THAN 2
KELLY BONNER –  275
JAMY D. FERRIN –  260
KATIE (JOHNSON) TAYLOR  – 221

SCHOOL DISTRICT(S)
UINTA COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT NO 1 TRUSTEES
2 YEAR TERM, VOTE FOR 1
CHRISTA BARKER WEAVER  – 2,653
TAMRA MANDER PETERSEN –  709

UINTA COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT NO 1 TRUSTEES
4 YEAR TERM, VOTE FOR NOT MORE THAN 5
JENNY WELLING  – 2,059
DAVID BENNETT –  1,911
CALEB GUILD1,887
JESSE LIND  – 1,715
JANICE DAVIS –  1,619
BRIAN WOODWARD –  1,597
SHELBY POWELL –  1,101
JOHN R. DUBOIS SR. –  945

UINTA COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT NO 4 TRUSTEES
4 YEAR TERM, VOTE FOR NOT MORE THAN 2
KELLY Q CARPENTER – 992
DALE MADSEN –  904

UINTA COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT NO 6 TRUSTEES
4 YEAR TERM, VOTE FOR NOT MORE THAN 2
SPENCER J. EYRE – 696
JASON LAMBERTI –  473
KALLI H. HILL –  439
AMBER TAYLOR  – 325

SPECIAL DISTRICTS
CONSERVATION DISTRICT SUPERVISOR – RURAL
4 YEAR TERM, VOTE FOR 1
KELLY GUILD – 5,481

CONSERVATION DISTRICT SUPERVISOR – URBAN
4 YEAR TERM, VOTE FOR 1
TY LESTER – 5,221

CONSERVATION DISTRICT SUPERVISOR – AT LARGE
4 YEAR TERM, VOTE FOR 1
KEVIN CONDOS – 5,166

RURAL FIRE DISTRICT
4 YEAR TERM, VOTE FOR 1
DANA STONE – 1,720

BALLOT PROPOSITIONS
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT A
THE WYOMING CONSTITUTION ALLOWS THE STATE TO INVEST STATE FUNDS IN EQUITIES SUCH AS THE STOCK OF CORPORATIONS, BUT DOES NOT ALLOW THE FUNDS OF COUNTIES, CITIES AND OTHER POLITICAL SUBDIVISIONS TO BE INVESTED IN EQUITIES. THE ADOPTION OF THIS AMENDMENT WOULD ALLOW THE FUNDS OF COUNTIES, CITIES AND OTHER POLITICAL SUBDIVISIONS TO BE INVESTED IN EQUITIES TO THE EXTENT AND IN THE MANNER THE LEGISLATURE MAY ALLOW BY LAW. ANY LAW AUTHORIZING THE INVESTMENT OF SPECIFIED POLITICAL SUBDIVISION FUNDS IN EQUITIES WOULD REQUIRE A TWO-THIRDS VOTE OF BOTH HOUSES OF THE LEGISLATURE.
FOR – 3,410
AGAINST – 2,643

CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT B
CURRENTLY, THE WYOMING CONSTITUTION REQUIRES WYOMING SUPREME COURT JUSTICES AND DISTRICT COURT JUDGES TO RETIRE UPON REACHING THE AGE OF SEVENTY (70). THIS AMENDMENT INCREASES THE MANDATORY RETIREMENT AGE OF SUPREME COURT JUSTICES AND DISTRICT COURT JUDGES FROM AGE SEVENTY (70) TO AGE SEVENTY-FIVE (75).
FOR – 3,930
AGAINST – 2,434

PROPOSED BALLOT PROPOSITION 1 FOR RESIDENTS OF UINTA COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT NUMBER 1 FOR CONTINUING THE ADDITIONAL SPECIAL SCHOOL DISTRICT TAX,
NOT TO EXCEED TWO (2) MILLS,
FOR MAINTENANCE OF POST SECONDARY EDUCATION SERVICES OFFERED BY THE UINTA COUNTY BOARD OF COOPERATIVE EDUCATIONAL SERVICES #1, FORMERLY KNOWN AS LIFELONG LEARNING CENTER.
FOR – 2,640
AGAINST – 1,363

PROPOSED BALLOT PROPOSITION 2 FOR RESIDENTS OF THE CITY OF EVANSTON
SHALL THE CITY OF EVANSTON BE AUTHORIZED TO RENEW A LODGING TAX AT A RATE OF TWO PERCENT (2%) UPON THE SALES PRICE PAID FOR SLEEPING ACCOMMODATIONS FOR GUESTS IN HOTELS, MOTELS, TOURIST COURTS, TRAILER PARKS, CAMPGROUNDS, DUDE RANCHES, SHORT TERM CONDOMINIUMS AND SIMILAR ESTABLISHMENTS, IN ACCORDANCE WITH WYOMING STATUTE 39-15-204 (a)(ii)?
FOR – 2,535
AGAINST – 666

PROPOSED BALLOT PROPOSITION 2 FOR RESIDENTS OF THE TOWN OF MOUNTAIN VIEW
FOR –  241
AGAINST –  204