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Green Party Candidate Makes The Ballot In Wyoming

Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein gathered enough signatures to get her name on the November ballot in Wyoming, according to the Secretary of State's office. It is the first time a Green Party candidate has qualified for the ballot in Wyoming. 

Meanwhile, Evan McMullin, who is running as an anti-Trump independent, did not gather enough signatures to make it onto the ballot. Presidential candidates needed 3,302 signatures to qualify in this year’s election.

Four independent candidates running for state office also made it onto the ballot. Kym Zwonitzer is challenging Republican Anthony Bouchard in Senate District 6 and Sandy Newsome is joining the race to take Cody Representative Sam Krone's seat in House District 24.

The election is November 8. The Secretary of State has a full list of certified candidates here



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