2012 General Election
Voters head to the polls for the general election Nov. 6 to elect candidates to serve in town, county, school, state and federal offices.
Voters also will decide the fate of several Teton County tax proposals and amendments to the Wyoming Constitution.
Four candidates make up the field the nonpartisan Jackson Town Council race. Hailey Morton, Jim Genzer, Phil Cameron and Jim Stanford vie for two open seats.
The mayor’s post also is contested between incumbent Mark Barron and Jim Fulmer.
Only one regional statehouse race will be contested. Republican Marti Halverson faces Independent Bill Whinney in the contest to represent parts of Lincoln, Sublette and Teton counties.
Four candidates are battling in the county commission race. Paul Perry, and Barbara Allen are on the Republican slate, Melissa Turley and Claire Fuller on the Democrat’s. Two seats are open.
Incumbent Republican U.S. Sen. John Barrasso faces Democrat Tim Chesnut and Joel Otto of the Country Party in the contest for that seat.
Incumbent U.S. Rep. Cynthia Lummis shares the ballot with Chris Henrichsen, Richard Brubaker, Daniel Clyde Cummings and Don Wills.
Seven candidates seek election to the Teton County school board. Syd Elliott, Robbi Farrow, Joe Larrow, Kate Mead, Patricia Russell, Jay Varley and Zia Yasrobi are on the ballot.
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