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The 2022 Wyoming elections will take place on November 8, 2022. The Statewide Direct Primary Election will be held on Aug 16, 2022.[1]

Wyoming voters will elect Wyoming's seat to the United States House of Representatives, all of the seats of the Wyoming House of Representatives, all even-numbered seats of the Wyoming Senate, and the Governor of Wyoming and various statewide offices.

United States Congress

House of Representatives

Main article: 2022 United States House of Representatives election in Wyoming

Incumbent Liz Cheney was criticized by former president Donald Trump and his supporters mainly for her vote to impeach him, as well as refusing to object to the certification of the electoral college results in the 2020 presidential election.[2] Shortly after her impeachment vote, Trump and allies stated that they will work together to back and endorse a primary challenger to Cheney before the 2022 election.[3]

Statewide constitutional offices

Main article: 2022 Wyoming gubernatorial election

Governor

Incumbent Republican governor Mark Gordon is eligible to run for re-election, though has not stated whether he will do so.

Treasurer

Incumbent Republican Curt Meier is eligible to run for re-election, though has not stated whether he will do so.

State Legislature

Wyoming Senate

Main article: 2022 Wyoming State Senate election

Of the 30 seats in the Wyoming Senate, 15 will be up for election in 2022.

Wyoming House of Representatives

Main article: 2022 Wyoming House of Representatives election

All 60 seats in the Wyoming House of Representatives will be up for election in 2022.

References

  1. ^ Wyoming Secretary of State. "Key Election Dates" (PDF). Wyoming Secretary of State.
  2. ^ "Liz Cheney suffers impeachment vote blowback at home: 'Couldn't win a primary today for dog catcher'". The Washington Times. Retrieved April 1, 2021.
  3. ^ Brandon Foster (April 14, 2021). "Trump says he will soon endorse candidate to run against Cheney". Casper Star Tribute.