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If you ever wondered where the candidates in your local legislative races stood on older adult issues, AARP Wyoming has your answers. Over the last three months, we have offered the ability to record a Video Voters Guide to each of the candidates for Wyoming Legislature. Several candidates took us up on the offer. Now you can watch candidates share their answers to questions about home healthcare, property tax, high-speed internet, and fraud prevention.
As a reminder, at AARP we don’t endorse or fund political candidates, or campaigns from city council to the president of the United States. We do ask questions so our members can make their own decisions on Election Day. And that is what we bring you today. Click below to check out the candidates in your area and what they have to say about older adult issues. And if you don’t see a candidate you were hoping to watch in this list, ask them to take part in the Video Voters Guide process in 2024.
Senate District 1 (Parts of Crook, Campbell, Weston)
Senate District 7 (Laramie County)
Senate District 13 (Sweetwater)
Senate District 17 (Teton County)
Senate District 23 (Campbell County)
House District 7 (Laramie County)
House District 14 (Albany County)
House District 44 (Laramie County)
House District 49 (Uinta County)
Candidates who shot a Video Voters Guide during the primary election and will be back on the ballot for the general election include:
- Secretary of State - Chuck Gray
- House District 9 - Landon Brown
- House District 23 -Elizabeth Storer
- House District 46 -Merav Ben-David
- House District 36 - Art Washut
- House District 29 - Martha Wright
As we are less than a month away from Election Day in Wyoming, we remind you to make a plan to vote. To familiarize yourself with where and what methods are available for voting, click here. Remember, redistricting may have changed who you are used to voting for, so check out The Wyoming Legislative Service Office’s website to see who you will be voting for this November.