Wyoming Presidential Election Facts
Today is the day that people go to the ballot and cast their vote for President of the United States, if they haven't already. Here are some facts about elections in Wyoming.
- Democratic caucuses took place on April 9, 2016 and Republican caucuses took place on March 1, 2016 in Wyoming.
- Between the years 1900 and 1912, Wyoming cast their ballots for the winner in the presidential race 75.86 of the time. Will they get it right this time?
- Wyoming has supported Republican presidential candidates in every election from 2000 to 2012.
- Wyoming will have three electoral votes in 2016. That equals .05 percent of the 538 electoral votes up for grabs this year. That equals 1.1 percent of the 270 electoral votes needed to seize the White House.
- In 2016, Republican Senator Ted Cruz won the Wyoming Republican caucus with 66.13 percent of the vote. Senator Bernie Sanders received the Democratic caucus, in Wyoming, with 55.17 percent of the vote.
Wyoming is pretty good about getting out the vote, but we can always do better. Go out and vote today and don't forget to take somebody with you. Happy Voting!