2012 Wyoming Statutes
TITLE 22 - ELECTIONS
CHAPTER 5 - NOMINATIONS
22-5-305. When petitions may be circulated; use of copies; requirements.
(a) A petition shall be circulated for signatures only during the calendar year in which the election for the office sought is to be held.
(b) Copies of the petition may be circulated for signatures, but each separate page shall contain the information required to be contained in the original petition for nomination.
(c) An elector signing a petition must also write his name, date and the residence address after his signature.
(d) The name of one (1) voter signed to more than one (1) petition for nomination to the same office shall not be counted on more than one (1) petition.
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