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.
Senate members must be willing to work with other Senators, and compromise on issues of the state with the lower house. They also must have a willingness to discuss and learn about these issues, so they can better solve them.
The Senate is one of two houses responsible for making state laws. These laws can majorly affect the well-being of the state, for better or for worse. So, it is imperative that competent people are elected from each district.