2012 Wyoming Statutes
TITLE 22 - ELECTIONS
CHAPTER 17 - CONTESTS
22-17-101. Right to contest elections; exception; grounds.
(a) A qualified elector may contest the right of a person declared elected to an office in the elector's county, municipality, district or precinct, other than the office of state legislator, United States president and vice-president and presidential elector, on the following grounds:
(i) Misconduct or material negligence of an election official which affected the result of the election;
(ii) The person whose election is contested is not eligible to hold the office;
(iii) The person whose election is contested offered to give a bribe to a voter or election official to procure his election;
(iv) Illegal votes were counted or legal votes were not counted;
(v) The person whose election is contested violated the provisions of W. S. 22-26-101 through 22-26-121.
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