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In November, Curt Meier replaced now-Governor Mark Gordon as the state treasurer. Meier said the Treasurer's Office has been busy filling new staff positions while staying within budget.

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Republican State senator Curt Meier will be Wyoming's new state treasurer. Meier served in the Wyoming Senate for over 20 years and has a background in farming and business.

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A longtime state senator said his experience as a liaison to the state retirement board makes him the best fit to become the next state treasurer.   

lelandforwyoming.com

Republican state senator Leland Christensen of Alta is running for Wyoming Treasurer. He does not have a background in finance, but said the treasury staff is highly skilled, and that he would act more as a manager of people. Previous treasurers have also entered the position without a finance background.  

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Wyoming voters will be asked to support a Constitutional Amendment this November that will change the way the state treasurer can manage Wyoming’s rainy day accounts and endowments.

Called Constitutional Amendment A, it will allow the state treasurer to invest that money in the equities market and the expectation is that it will help grow those funds.

Mead Interviews Treasurer Candidates Today

Oct 24, 2012

Governor Matt Mead says he is looking for someone with experience and knowledge about the state as he decides who should be the next State Treasurer. 

The Governor will interview accountant Bruce Brown, Fulbright scholar Clark Stith, and Mark Gordon, a former board member of the Federal Reserve bank of Kansas City.  Mead says they certainly need to understand investing, but they also need to be able to contribute on the various state boards and commissions.  The Governor said that he also wants someone he can work with.            

Wyoming's Republican Party Central Committee has chosen three finalists to become state treasurer.

They include Bruce Brown, an accountant; Mark Gordon, a former board member with the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City; and Clark Stith, a Fulbright scholar.

Gov. Matt Mead is to meet with the three on Wednesday and choose one later this week to replace the late Joe Meyer.

55 Republican State Committee members attended Monday's voting and that another 17 were represented by proxy.

A former State Representative, an attorney, a two-time candidate for State Auditor and a State Committeewoman have all expressed interest in filling the remaining term of State Treasurer Joe Meyer, who died earlier this month. 

Ed Prosser, Bruce Brown, Clark Stith and Janet Anderson have all told Wyoming Republican officials that they’re interested in the job.   GOP Chairman Tammy Hooper says it’s a good list.

“I think everyone that’s applied have a professional degree, have the education, have worked in campaigns or have run statewide races themselves,” Hooper said.