2022 GENERAL ELECTION PROCLAMATION
NIOBRARA COUNTY, WYOMING
GENERAL ELECTION – NOVEMBER 8, 2022
POLLS ARE OPEN FROM 7:00 a.m. TO 7:00 p.m. ON THE DAY OF ELECTION
Polling Place locations are as follows
Dist. /Prec Polling Place Address
1-2 Warren Rennard’s Garage 19609 Us Hwy 85, Lusk,
3-2 Hat Creek Stage Station 869 Stage Rd. Lusk,
4-1 Lance Creek Lance Creek Elem. School 325 20 Mile Rd., Lance Creek,
6-1 North Lusk Niobrara Co. Fairgrounds 4080 Us Hwy 20, Lusk,
6-2 South Lusk Niobrara Co. Fairgrounds 4080 Us Hwy 20, Lusk,
7-1 Manville Manville Town Hall 651 5th St., Manville,
YOU MUST VOTE IN THE PRECINCT WHERE YOU RESIDE.
Voter Registration closes for General Election……………………………………………………… October 24, 2022
(You may register to vote at the Courthouse during the 14-day period prior to the election, provided you cast your absentee ballot immediately after registering to vote.)
Voters may register and vote at their polling places on Election Day. A photo ID is required to register and to vote.
ABSENTEE VOTING- Absentee ballots will be available from September 23, 2022 - November 7, 2022. A qualified elector may apply for an absentee ballot at any time by applying either in person, in writing, or by phone, provided they are registered to vote. If a qualified elector is unable to be at the polls, they may vote absentee. If the ballot is not picked up by the elector, the address to which the absentee ballot is to be mailed is required or the name of the individual the elector designates in writing to deliver the ballot to the elector is required. Ballots must be returned to the clerk’s office by 7:00 p.m. on November 7, 2022, to be counted. Absentee ballots will not be available on Election Day.
DO NOT RETURN ABSENTEE BALLOTS TO THE POLLING PLACES. RETURN TO THE COUNTY CLERK’S OFFICE.
PARTISAN OFFICERS TO BE ELECTED AT THE GENERAL ELECTION BY EACH PARTY
# Required To Title of Office Term of Office
1 United States Representative 2- Year Term
1 Governor 4- Year Term
1 Secretary of State 4- Year Term
1 State Auditor 4- Year Term
1 State Treasurer 4- Year Term
1 Superintendent of Public Instruction 4- Year Term
1 State Senator, Senate District 03 4- Year Term
1 State Representative, House District 02 2- Year Term
2 County Commissioners 4- Year Term
1 County Attorney 4- Year Term
1 County Sheriff 4- Year Term
1 County Clerk 4- Year Term
1 County Treasurer 4- Year Term
1 County Assessor 4- Year Term
1 Clerk of the District Court 4- Year Term
JUDGES STANDING FOR RETENTION
Supreme Court, District and Circuit Court Judges
1 Eighth Judicial District, Circuit Court Judge 4- Year Term
AUGUST 10 – AUGUST 29, 2022– CANDIDATE FILING PERIOD FOR SCHOOL DISTRICT & SPECIAL DISTRICTS - File applications for election with the County Clerk.
NON-PARTISAN OFFICES TO BE ELECTED AT THE GENERAL ELECTION
SPECIAL DISTRICT DIRECTORS/TRUSTEES
Niobrara County School District #1Trustee
4 Trustees – At Large 4-Year Term
Niobrara County Hospital District
3 Hospital District Trustees 4-Year Term
Niobrara County Rural Fire District Directors
2 Rural Fire District Directors 4-Year Term
1 Rural Fire District Director Unexpired 2-Year Term
Niobrara County Senior Citizen Service District
2 Senior Citizen Service District Trustees 4-Year Term
1 Senior Citizen Service District Trustee Unexpired 2- Year Term
Niobrara Soil Conservation District
1 Conservation District Directors – Rural 4-Year Term
1 Conservation District Directors – At Large 4-Year Term
1 Conservation District Directors – Urban 4-Year Term
BALLOT PROPOSITIONS TO BE VOTED ON AT THE GENERAL ELECTION
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT A:
The Wyoming Constitution allows the state to invest state funds in equities such as the stock of corporations, but does not allow the funds of counties, cities, and other political subdivisions to be invested in equities. The adoption of this amendment would allow the funds of counties, cities, and other political subdivisions to be invested in equities to the extent and in the manner the legislature may allow by law. Any law authorizing the investment of specified political subdivision funds in equities would require a two-thirds vote of both houses of the legislature.
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT B:
Currently, the Wyoming Constitution requires Wyoming Supreme Court justices and district court judges to retire upon reaching the age of seventy (70). This amendment increases the mandatory retirement age of Supreme Court justices and district court judges from age seventy (70) to age seventy-five (75).
BALLOT PROPOSITION NO. 1:
HOSPITAL DISTRICT MILL LEVY
Shall the Niobrara County Commissioners be authorized to continue to impose the mill levy increase levied upon the assessed valuation of taxable property from three (3) to six (6) mills?
BALLOT PROPOSITION NO. 2:
NIOBRARA SENIOR CITIZEN SERVICE DISTRICT MILL LEVY CONTINUATION
Shall the Niobrara Senior Citizen Service district mill levy be continued, with a maximum levy of one (1) mill, (not to exceed two (2) mills), upon the taxable property of the district?
If a voter requires assistance to vote at the polls by reason of blindness, disability, or inability to read or write, he may be given assistance by a person of his choice. If there are any additional questions regarding the accessibility of a polling place or use of ADA equipment to mark your ballot, please contact the County Clerk.
CAMPAIGN REPORTING REQUIREMENTS
W.S. 22-25-106- Filing of campaign reports (i) Every candidate, whether successful or not, shall file an itemized statement of contributions and expenditures in the governmental office specified in W.S. 22-25-107 at least seven (7) days but not more than fourteen (14) days before any primary, general, or special election. Any contribution received or expenditure made after the statement has been filed, through the day of the election, whether a primary, general, or special election shall be filed as an amendment to the statement within ten (10) days after the election.
Any person required to file a report under W.S. 22-25-106 shall be given notice prior to an election, by the appropriate filing office that failure to file the report within the time required by that section shall subject the person to civil penalties as provided in W.S. 22-25-108 (f).
W.S. 22‑25‑108. Failure of candidate or committee to file statement.
Candidates and committees shall be given notice prior to an election that failure to file, within the time required, a full and complete itemized statement of contributions and a statement of contributions and expenditures shall subject the candidate to civil penalties as provided in W.S. 22-25-108 (e).
W.S. 22-25-109- Reporting candidates in violation.
The secretary of state and the county clerks shall report the names of all candidates in violation of the Election Code of the state of Wyoming to the attorney general or to the district attorney, respectively, for appropriate action.
Filed in accordance with WSS 22-2-109(b).
Dated this 22nd day of August 2022.
Becky L. Freeman, Niobrara County Clerk
Public Notice No. 5824. Published in The Lusk Herald on August 24, 2022