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2016 Elections: Wyoming Statewide Results | KTIC Radio

2016 Elections: Wyoming Statewide Results

Election2016Logo_KNEB2016 GENERAL ELECTION RESULTS
WYOMING FEDERAL & STATE OFFICES
Last updated: 7:00 pm MST Tuesday, November 8, 2016
478 of 482 precincts reporting

PRESIDENT AND VICE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES
4 YEAR TERM

  • elected Donald J. Trump & Mike Pence, Republican – 173,422 (70%)
  • Hillary Clinton & Tim Kaine, Democrat – 55,861 (23%)
  • Gary Johnson & Bill Weld, Libertarian – 13,256 (5%)
  • Darrell Castle & Scott Bradley, Constitution – 2,031 (1%)
  • “Rocky” Roque De La Fuente & Michael Steinberg, Indpendent – 707 (0%)
  • Jill Stein & Ajamu Baraka, Independent – 2,510 (1%)

REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS
2 YEAR TERM

  • elected Liz Cheney, Republican – 155,400 (62%)
  • Ryan Greene, Democrat – 75,212 (30%)
  • Lawrence Gerard Struempf, Libertarian – 10,316  (4%)
  • Daniel Clyde Cummings, Constitution – 8,991 (4%)

STATE SENATOR – DISTRICT 4
4 YEAR TERM

  • elected Tara Nethercott, Republican – 8,187 (86%)
  • Ken A. Esquibel, Democrat – 1,377 (14%)

STATE SENATOR – DISTRICT 6
4 YEAR TERM

  • elected Anthony Bouchard, Republican – 4,607 (52%)
  • Kym Zwonitzer, Independent – 4,312 (48%)

STATE SENATOR – DISTRICT 8
4 YEAR TERM

  • elected Affie Ellis, Republican – 3,637 (61%)
  • Floyd A. Esquibel (I), Democrat – 2,346 (39%)

STATE REPRESENTATIVE – DISTRICT 2
2 YEAR TERM

  • elected Hans Hunt (I), Republican – 2,538 (85%)
  • Harold Eaton, Democrat – 444 (15%)

STATE REPRESENTATIVE – DISTRICT 5
2 YEAR TERM

  • elected Cheri E. Steinmetz (I), Republican – Unopposed

STATE REPRESENTATIVE – DISTRICT 7
2 YEAR TERM

  • elected Sue Wilson, Republican – Unopposed

STATE REPRESENTATIVE – DISTRICT 8
2 YEAR TERM

  • elected Bob Nicholas (I), Republican – 2,570 (57%)
  • Linda Burt, Democrat – 1,941 (43%)

STATE REPRESENTATIVE – DISTRICT 9
2 YEAR TERM

  • elected Landon Brown, Republican – 2,299 (58%)
  • Mike Weiland, Democrat – 1,639 (42%)

STATE REPRESENTATIVE – DISTRICT 10
2 YEAR TERM

  • elected John Eklund (I), Republican – 4,186 (83%)
  • Matthew Porras, Democrat – 845 (17%)

STATE REPRESENTATIVE – DISTRICT 11
2 YEAR TERM

  • elected Jared Olsen, Republican – 1,549 (51%)
  • Mary A. Throne (I), Democrat – 1,486 (49%)

STATE REPRESENTATIVE – DISTRICT 12
2 YEAR TERM

  • elected Lars Lone (I), Republican – 1,756 (54%)
  • Lee Filer, Democrat – 1,519 (46%)

CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT A
Currently, the Wyoming Constitution allows the legislature to authorize the investment of public employee retirement systems funds and permanent state funds in equities, such as stock or shares in private or public companies. Permanent funds of the state include funds designated as permanent funds by the Constitution. The Wyoming Constitution does not allow the state to invest any other funds in equities. The adoption of this amendment would allow the legislature, by two-thirds vote of the members of both houses, to authorize the investment of additional specified state funds in equities.

  • elected For – 132,208 (56%)
  • Against – 102,582 (44%)