PRIMARY ELECTION PROCLAMATION

LINCOLN COUNTY, WYOMING

 PRIMARY ELECTION DAY:  Tuesday, August 21, 2018

     

 FILING DATES:  May 17th through June 1st, 2018

     

 FILING OFFICES:  Candidates for federal, statewide and state legislative offices file

 

 with the Secretary of State.  Candidates for county offices file with the County Clerk.

 

 Candidates for municipal offices file with the Town or City Clerk.

     

 LAST DAY TO REGISTER TO VOTE:  Monday, August 6, 2018

     

 VOTER REGISTRATION IS PERMITTED AT THE POLLS ON ELECTION DAY

   

PARTISAN OFFICERS TO BE NOMINATED BY EACH PARTY

NO.

TITLE

     

TERM

   

1

U.S. Senator

   

6-year

   

1

U.S. Representative

   

2-year

   

1

Governor

     

4-year

   

1

Secretary of State

   

4-year

   

1

State Auditor

   

4-year

   

1

State Treasurer

   

4-year

   

1

State Superintendent of Public Instruction

4-year

   

1

State Representative HD #18

 

2-year

   

1

State Representative HD #21

 

2-year

   

1

State Representative HD #22

 

2-year

   

2

County Commissioners

 

4-year

   

1

County Coroner

   

4-year

   

1

County Sheriff

   

4-year

   

1

County Clerk

   

4-year

   

1

County Treasurer

   

4-year

   

1

County Assessor

   

4-year

   

1

County Attorney

   

4-year

   

1

Clerk of District Court

 

4-year

   

                       PARTISAN OFFICERS TO BE ELECTED AT PRIMARY ELECTION

 

Republican Precinct Committeemen & women

2-year

 

 

 

(one (1) per District/Precincts 1-1 thru 1-8, 2-2, 2-9)

 

 

 

 

Republican Precinct Committeemen & women

2-year

 

 

 

(two (2) per District/Precincts 2-3 thru 2-6 & 2-8)

 

 

 

 

Republican Precinct Committeemen & women

2-year

 

 

 

(three (3) per District/Precincts 2-1, 2-7, 2-10)

 

 

 

 

Democratic Precinct Committeemen & women

2-year

 

 

 

(one (1) per District/Precincts 1-1 thru 1-8 & 2-1 thru 2-10)

 

 

 

        NON-PARTISAN OFFICERS TO BE NOMINATED FOR THE GENERAL ELECTION

1

Mayor, Town of Afton

   

4-year

   

2

Councilpersons, Town of Afton

 

4-year

   

1

Councilperson, Town of Afton

 

2-year

   

1

Mayor, Town of Alpine

 

4-year

   

2

Councilpersons, Town of Alpine

 

4-year

   

1

Councilperson, Town of Alpine

 

2-year

   

1

Mayor, Town of Cokeville

 

4-year

   

2

Councilpersons, Town of Cokeville

4-year

   

1

Mayor, Town of Diamondville

 

4-year

   

1

Councilperson, Town of Diamondville

4-year

   

2

Councilpersons, Town of Diamondville

2-year

   

1

Councilperson, City of Kemmerer Ward #1

4-year

   

1

Councilperson, City of Kemmerer Ward #2

4-year

   

1

Councilperson, City of Kemmerer Ward #3

4-year

   

1

Mayor, Town of LaBarge

 

4-year

   

2

Councilpersons, Town of LaBarge

4-year

   

1

Mayor, Town of Opal

   

4-year

   

2

Councilpersons, Town of Opal

 

4-year

 

 

1

Mayor, Town of Thayne

 

4-year

   

2

Councilpersons, Town of Thayne

 

4-year

   

1

Mayor, Town of Star Valley Ranch

4-year

   

2

Councilpersons, Town of Star Valley Ranch

4-year

   

                           GENERAL ELECTION TO BE HELD ON NOVEMBER 6, 2018

 

May 4, 2018 - First day for Justices and Judges to file for retention with Secretary of State

 

August 6, 2018 - Last day for Justices and Judges to file for retention with Secretary of State

August 8, 2018 - First day to file School Board trustee application with the County Clerk &

 

Special District Director Application with Secretary of the Special District

   

August 27, 2018 - Last day to file School Board trustee application with the County Clerk &

 

Special District Director Application with Secretary of the Special District

   

General Election Ballot will also include:

     

Constitutional Amendments and  Ballot Propositions

     

CAMPAIGN FILING REQUIREMENTS

August 14, 2018 - Pre-Primary Statement of Contributions Due

     

August 31, 2018 - Primary Statement of Contributions & Expenditures Due

   

EVERY candidate, whether successful or not, must file BOTH campaign reports.

   

This includes candidates who neither receive nor spend any money during the campaign.

Any candidate/committee failing to file these reports as required by W.S. 22-25-106 within the

time required by that section shall have their name printed on a list made available to the public.

The candidate will be notified by mail that they have twenty one (21) days from the date the

 

notice was sent to comply or be subject to civil penalties.  The appropriate filing office or County

Attorney will issue a final order imposing a civil penalty in the amount of $500 to fail to file

 

with the Secretary of State and $200 to fail to file with the County Clerk.  Candidates

 

authorizing a campaign committee to file on their behalf will be jointly and severally liable with the

candidate's campaign committee for any civil penalty imposed.  Within twenty (20) days of the date

of a final order issued, any person may request reconsideration of the order and submit

 

documentation to the appropriate filing office or County Attorney showing good cause for failure

to file a report.  The filing office or County Attorney may waive the penalty imposed upon finding

good cause.  A decision to not waive a civil penalty is subject to the contested case procedures

of the Wyoming Administrative Procedure Act.  A decision to not waive an imposed penalty

 

by the County Attorney is appealable to a circuit court of appropriate jurisdiction.  A civil penalty

imposed shall be paid within thirty (30) days of the date of the final order issued or the date

 

of a decision denying reconsideration by the appropriate filing office or County Attorney, whichever

is later.  Any penalty not paid within the time required is delinquent and shall bear interest at a rate

of eighteen (18%) per annum until paid or collected, provided that no penalty is due and no interest

shall accrue during any period in which the penalty is being reviewed by a court or during the

pendency of a contested case proceeding.  Civil penalties and any interest shall be paid to the

Clerk of Court for deposit to the public school fund of the county in which the fine was assessed.

               

If you require assistance to vote by reason of blindness, disability or inability to read or

 

write, you may be given assistance by a person of your choice.  If you have questions

 

regarding the accessibility of your polling place, please contact the County Clerk's Office.

 
               

Absentee ballots may be requested through August 20, 2018.  A ballot may be obtained

 

by contacting the County Clerk's Office in person or in writing at the Lincoln County

 

Courthouse, 925 Sage Ave., Ste. 101, Kemmerer, WY 83101, or by calling 307-877-2020 or

 

307-877-2021 or by e-mail at jwagner@lcwy.org or abrunski@lcwy.org.

   
               

Dated this 14th day of May, 2018.

       
               

/s/ April Brunski

           

Deputy County Clerk

           

 

             

 

           
               
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