Wyoming Statute: Title 9, Chapter 1, Article 2
Responsibilities and Authority:

The Governor is the Chief Executive officer for the state. They are responsible for the appointment, and possible removal, of several state offices. They also have the ability to oversee the operation of the state through executive orders. They are also responsible for coordinating with the federal government, if need be.

Experience and Skills:

The Governor must be a level headed individual, who is capable of making many important decisions, in a short time frame. They must be able to endure an extreme amount of stress, and criticism.

Impact on Citizens:

The Governor’s signature has the full backing of the state behind it. This is an incredible amount of trust that must only be given to the best and most apt members of our society.