Welcome to the SCGOP!
Former Congresswoman Cynthia Lummis will be in Sheridan on August 1, 2019 to discuss her candidacy for United States Senate. Join us for breakfast at 7:30AM at the Firehouse Restaurant in the Trails End Motel.
Sheridan County GOP Elects New Officers!
At the Sheridan County Precinct Committee Meeting on Saturday, March 30, 2019, the county precinct committeemen and committeewomen elected a slate of officers to serve for the next two years. Bryan Miller was re-elected as Chairman of the Sheridan County Republicans. Holly Jennings was elected as Vice Chair, replacing Alan Weakley who has served the party admirably. Carla Klopfenstein and Tod Windsor were re-elected as the County Committeewoman and Committeeman.
Additionally, Jacque Harrod was reappointed by Chairman Miller as Treasurer and Trinity Lewis was appointed as Secretary. Terry Roelfsema will act as assistant secretary.
The party would like to thank all of the folks who agreed to serve and took the time to run for office as County Committee people. You are the voice and representatives of the Sheridan County Republicans.
Republican Women of Sheridan County Scholarship Application for women attending college or trade school.
Results from the Wyoming General Election, November 6, 2018
We'd like to extend our sincere thanks to all of the Candidates, from all political parties, who participated in the election process. It is a lot of work, often with little reward and the potential of having one's name and reputation dragged through the mud. Thank you for your willingness to endure the process to become a representative of the people of Sheridan County and Wyoming.
To everyone who voted, thank you! Being able to participate in free and open elections is a privilege we have as citizens of our Republic. Being part of the electoral process is the most important step in exercising one's rights as an American and you are to be commended for taking the time and making the effort.
We'd also like to thank all of the volunteers who worked the polls on Election Day, the Sheridan County Elections Office, and the tireless workers behind each candidate.