November 8, 2018 •
Mark Gordon Takes Over in Wyoming
Republican Mark Gordon was elected governor of Wyoming over Democrat Mary Thorne.
Also running were Rex Rammell of the Constitution Party and Lawrence Struempf of the Libertarian Party.
With 99% of precincts reporting, Gordon won with 67 percent of the vote to Thorne’s 27 percent, Rammell’s 3 and Struempf’s 1.
Gordon was raised on his family’s ranch in Kaycee and attended college in Vermont.
After working in the energy industry, Gordon was appointed state treasurer in 2012 and elected to a full term in the 2014 primary.
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