Wyoming Statute: Title 28, Chapter 3
Responsibilities 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.

Experience and Skills:

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.

Impact on Citizens:

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.