2012 Wyoming Statutes
TITLE 22 - ELECTIONS
CHAPTER 17 - CONTESTS
22-17-109. Contesting election of state legislator; generally.
The election of a member of the state legislature may be contested by a registered elector of the legislator's county or district, upon any of the grounds specified by law for the contest of the election of other elected officials. The state senate and house of representatives respectively shall hear and determine contests of the election of their members. Each house is authorized to provide its own rules for resolving contests of its members.
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