2012 Wyoming Statutes
TITLE 22 - ELECTIONS
CHAPTER 26 - OFFENSES AND PENALTIES
22-26-121. Complaint by aggrieved elector; chief election officials.


WY Stat § 22-26-121 (through 2012) What's This?

(a) Any qualified elector aggrieved by any violation of the Wyoming Election Code of 1973, as amended, may file a written complaint of the violation with the secretary of state or with the district attorney for the county in which the elector resides. If the secretary of state or the district attorney fails or refuses for any reason to take action on or prosecute the elector's complaint, the elector may file the complaint with the Wyoming attorney general. If the attorney general finds that the elector's complaint has merit, he may prosecute the complaint in the appropriate courts of this state.

(b) A chief election officer may file a written complaint with the district attorney or attorney general regarding any violation of the Wyoming Election Code of 1973, as amended. If the attorney general finds that the election officer's complaint has merit, he may prosecute the complaint in the appropriate courts of this state and if the violation is reasonably believed to occur in more than one (1) district the complaint may be filed in the district court for Laramie county.

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