2012 Wyoming Statutes
TITLE 22 - ELECTIONS
CHAPTER 2 - GENERAL PROVISIONS
22-2-109. County clerk to publish proclamation.


WY Stat § 22-2-109 (through 2012) What's This?

(a) Between one hundred one (101) and ninety-one (91) days before each primary election the county clerk in each county shall publish at least once in a newspaper of general circulation in the county and post in the county clerk's office and at the place where each municipality within the county regularly holds its council meetings a proclamation setting forth the date of the election, the offices to be filled at the election including the terms of the offices, the number of persons required by law to fill the offices, the filing deadline for the offices and the requirements for filing statements of campaign receipts and expenditures. The proclamation shall also include the aforementioned information regarding offices to be filled at the general election and any other pertinent primary election information. In addition, the description of any ballot proposition submitted to the voters of the state, a political subdivision thereof, county or other district shall be included.

(b) Between forty-five (45) and thirty-five (35) days before each general election the county clerk in each county shall publish at least once in a newspaper of general circulation in the county and post in the county clerk's office and at the place where each municipality within the county regularly holds its council meetings a proclamation setting forth the date of the election, the offices to be filled at the election including the terms of the offices, the number of persons required by law to fill the offices, the requirements for filing statements of campaign receipts and expenditures, and any other pertinent general election information. In addition, the legislative description of each proposed constitutional amendment, or other ballot proposition submitted to the voters of the state, a political subdivision thereof, county or other district shall be included.

(c) Minor errors in any proclamation shall not invalidate the forthcoming election.

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