CHEYENNE, Wyo. — Gov. Mark Gordon has won the Republican primary in his bid for reelection to another term as Wyoming’s governor.
Gordon secured 61.5% of the vote in the Republican Primary, according to the Wyoming Secretary of State’s Office.
Gordon will face Democrat Theresa A. Livingston in the general election. Livingston won the Democratic Primary with 69% of the vote, the Secretary of State’s Office reported.
Results are unofficial until certified by local and state officials.
Independent candidates have until Monday, Aug. 29 to file for placement on the General Election ballot.
Results of the Republican Primary were as follows, according to the Secretary of State’s Office:
- Brent Bien: 48,549
- Mark Gordon: 101,092
- James Scott Quick: 4,725
- Rex Rammell: 9,373
Results of the Democratic Primary were as follows:
- Theresa A. Livingston: 4,989
- Rex Wilde: 2,016
The General Election will be held on Tuesday, Nov. 8. Absentee voting for the General Election will begin on Sept. 23 and run through Nov. 7.
More voting information is available from: