Friday, May 27th was the deadline for candidates to register to run for office in the state of Wyoming. At this point, you're probably wondering who actually showed up to sign up.

It's hard to keep track of who is running for what office. That's partly because, I hate to say it, so many candidates do not know how to run for office, so folks never hear about them.

So let's take a look at the big office first.

In the upcoming primary for Governor of the state of Wyoming:

Republicans:
Brent Bien
James Scott Quick
Mark Gordon
Rex Rammell

Democrats:
Rex Wilde
Theresa A. Livingston

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U.S. House Of Representatives:

Republicans:
Anthony Bouchard
Denton Knapp
Harriet Hageman
Liz Cheney
Robyn M. Belinskey

Democrats:
Lynnette GreyBull
Meghan R. Jensen
Steve Helling

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Wyoming Secretary Of State:

Republican:
Chuck Gray
Dan Dockstader
Mark Armstrong
Tara Nethercot

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Superintendent Of Public Instruction:

Republicans:
Brian Schroeder
Jennifer Zerba
Megan Degenfelder
Robert J. White
Thomas Kelly

Democrats:
Sergio A. Maldonado, Sr

That's a good start. But now you'll want to know who has registered for various other offices and your house and senate races.

You'll probably also want to see where these people are from and maybe find any contact information and website they have.

In a state like Wyoming that information is easy:

Here is a link to the State Of Wyoming Primary Registration Roster.

There will not be anyone else added to the race at this point.

There will, however, be many to drop out before the primaries and then there is what is left of the candidates after the primaries.  From there we move on to the general elections.

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Wyoming Has Polish MiGs for Ukraine

Not long after the Russian invasion of Ukraine, the was talk of Poland giving Ukraine some of their MiG fighter planes.

Poland is now part of NATO. So they were willing to part with the older Russian planes for newer and more hi-tech Western planes.

For several reasons, the deal fell through. Ukraine will not get the planes.

HEY Ukraine!
If you're still interested, Wyoming has a few old Polish MiGs we would be happy to give you.