Wyoming Election Integrity Warfare, Voter Fraud, Election Integrity Strategy, Voter Legislation
Wyoming Election Integrity Laws
In Wyoming, there have been several recent developments related to Wyoming Election Integrity Laws:
Expansion of Voter Intimidation Laws: The Wyoming state Joint Corporations, Elections and Political Subdivisions Committee approved proposed legislation that expands the state's voter intimidation laws to include misdemeanor charges.
Changes to Party Affiliation on Election Day: A new law was implemented that prevents Wyoming voters from changing their party affiliation on Election Day. This move was described by Secretary of State Chuck Gray as a "pivotal moment for election integrity".
Strengthening of Voter ID Laws for Absentee Ballots: The Wyoming Election Code saw the introduction of House Enrolled Act 46, which strengthens voter ID laws for absentee ballots. Additionally, House Enrolled Act 30 was implemented to increase transparency in the release of Wyoming's Voter Registry List information.
New Legislation Proposals: In 2023, various bill drafts were considered and forwarded, including a bill to impose a durational residency requirement to register to vote in Wyoming, a bill prohibiting private funding of elections, and bills aimed at eliminating ambiguities related to school elections.
Secretary of State's Focus on Election Security: Secretary of State Chuck Gray expressed satisfaction with the improvements in election integrity that were passed in the legislature, highlighting election security as a key area of success.
These measures reflect Wyoming's ongoing efforts to address and strengthen election integrity and security within the state.