Elected Positions

Improvement District


Wyoming Statute: Title 5, Chapter 9, Article 2
Responsiblities and Authority:

A magistrate can be appointed to help manage the case load in Circuit Courts. Provided they have legal experience and are assigned a case, they can have the exact same powers as a Circuit Court Judge.


Wyoming Statute: Title 15, Chapter 1, Article 108
Responsiblities and Authority:

The Mayor attends all City Council meetings, and has a great amount of control over offices and affairs of their city, and they typically administer any oaths needed for the offices of their city. Typically, the mayor’s signature will be required on any document signed for the sake of the city as a whole.

School Board

Wyoming Statute: 22-22-201 (a) A qualified elector [defined as: *A citizen of the United States; *At least eighteen (18) years of age on the day of the next election; *Actually and physically a bona fide resident of Wyoming.] resident in a school district is eligible to hold the office of school district trustee in the school district, but only from the trustee residence area in which he resides if the district is divided into residence areas.
Responsiblities and Authority:

Secretary of State

Wyoming Statute: Title 9, Chapter 1, Article 3
Responsiblities and Authority:

The Secretary of State is the custodian of the seal of Wyoming, as well as any records of the legislation of Wyoming and proclamations of the Governor. If these documents are needed, they also certify these documents so they can be properly used.


Wyoming Statute: Title 28, Chapter 3
Responsiblities and Authority:

The Wyoming Senate is the upper house in the state legislature, and is composed of thirty members; one of which is the Senate President, who maintains order during Senate meetings. They confirm many of the Governor’s appointments, and function similarly to the U.S. Senate.