WY Senate Candidates for Wyoming Senator Election Race


Republican Presidential Caucuses: March 1, 2016
Democratic Presidential Caucuses: April 9, 2016

State Primary: August 16, 2016

Election Day: November 8, 2016

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Wyoming Senator Candidates
Wyoming Senator Candidates

Wyoming Senate

Mike Enzi (R)

Wyoming Candidates for Congress

Wyoming Congress Candidates
Wyoming Congressional Candidates

Cynthia Lummis (R)
Rosie Berger (R)
Liz Cheney (R)
Leland Christensen (R)
Taylor Haynes (R)
Mike Konsmo (R)
Rita Meyer (R)
Rex Rammell (R)
Jason Senteney (R)
Tim Stubson (R)
Charlie "Charlie T" Tyrrel (R)
Ryan Greene (D)
Jack Meena (Independent)

History of Wyoming. Information that every Wyoming Election Candidates for US Senate Should Know:

In the Red Desert of southwestern Wyoming, there is a butte called Black Rock. From atop this rock one can see eternity. Not the eternity of philosophers, but the eternity of geological time. From atop Black Rock, the weathered stone of Steamboat Mountain and the sand dunes of the Killpecker field stretch west and east to the setting and rising sun. Throughout Wyoming the vast landscape, unbroken by buildings, conveys a sense of timelessness. Only when man arrived was there an attempt to measure the days.

The Cherokee, in 1849, took a trail west to California that Native Americans and trappers knew well. Over the trail horses had traveled but not wagons. Neither the number of wagons nor the number of people that eventually used this road to cross the Sierra Madres makes this trail significant. What makes this road unique is that Native Americans and their traveling companions did not just cross the Continental Divide; they made a path over the mountains and through the Wyoming Basin. In letters home they described what they did. On August 12th, 1849 John Rankin Pyeatt, who traveled with Captain Lewis Evans, wrote to his wife: “This Bridger’s Fort is 48 miles from Green River and 440 miles from the South Fork of the Platte. 36 miles of this distance we have had a road and the balance we have had to make our own road, without trail through mountains and plains”

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