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Politics
6:12 am
Tue October 23, 2012

3 Finalists For State Treasurer Have Been Selected

Wyoming's Republican Party Central Committee has chosen three finalists to become state treasurer.

They include Bruce Brown, an accountant; Mark Gordon, a former board member with the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City; and Clark Stith, a Fulbright scholar.

Gov. Matt Mead is to meet with the three on Wednesday and choose one later this week to replace the late Joe Meyer.

55 Republican State Committee members attended Monday's voting and that another 17 were represented by proxy.

News
5:58 pm
Tue October 16, 2012

Interest is high for state treasurer seat

A former State Representative, an attorney, a two-time candidate for State Auditor and a State Committeewoman have all expressed interest in filling the remaining term of State Treasurer Joe Meyer, who died earlier this month. 

Ed Prosser, Bruce Brown, Clark Stith and Janet Anderson have all told Wyoming Republican officials that they’re interested in the job.   GOP Chairman Tammy Hooper says it’s a good list.

“I think everyone that’s applied have a professional degree, have the education, have worked in campaigns or have run statewide races themselves,” Hooper said.

News
8:16 am
Mon October 8, 2012

State Treasurer Joe Meyer Dies

The state's treasurer and its longest serving attorney general has died. Joseph "Joe" Meyer was 71.
 
     Meyer's family said in a statement that he died Saturday. No cause of death was released, but Meyer was diagnosed with lung cancer in 2009. He had brain surgery in January to remove cancer deposits.
 
     His death comes just days after the University of Wyoming announced he would receive a distinguished alumni award at homecoming next week. Meyer graduated from the school with a bachelor's degree in 1964 and a law degree in 1967.
 

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