State Canvassing Board expected to certify election results next week

JACKSON HOLE, Wyo. — Wyoming’s electoral process will include anticipated certification of election results next week.

The Wyoming State Canvassing Board will convene on Tuesday, November 10 to certify the election results and the candidates winning after Wyoming’s General Election. Members of the Board are Governor Mark Gordon, Secretary of State Edward Buchanan (chair), State Auditor Kristi Racines, and State Treasurer Curt Meier.

The State Canvassing Board will meet to review and examine precinct-by-precinct results and the winning candidates for statewide races, legislative races, and judicial retention votes. Unofficial election results and turnout information for the General Election are available through the Secretary of State’s Office.

The Secretary of State’s Office works closely with Wyoming’s 23 County Clerks in overseeing and administering Wyoming’s elections. Each county’s election results are first canvassed by bipartisan county canvassing boards at public meetings before being submitted to the Secretary of State’s Office by Friday, November 6, 2020.

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