Wyoming Sen. Drew Perkins took an early, narrow lead to retain his Senate District 29 seat ahead of challenger Bob Ide in the Republican Party Primary on Tuesday, according to unofficial absentee ballot results from the Natrona County Clerk's elections office.

Perkins received 817 votes, or 52.47% compared to Ide's 734 votes, or 47.14%, according to the unofficial results.

In neighboring Senate District 27, incumbent GOP Sen. Bill Landen was unopposed in the primary.

Neither district had Democratic Party candidates.



Drew Perkins: 817 -- 52.47%

Bob Ide: 734 -- 47.14%

Write-in: 6 -- 0.39%

Total 100% of ballots cast.



Bill Landen: 1,387 -- 97.61%

Write-in: 34 -- 2.39%

Total 100% of ballots cast.


Natrona County Public Library and Wyoming Game & Fish Serve as Voting Locations

'Politics in the Park,' July 27, 2022

Campaign signs lined Washington Park on Wednesday evening, as politicians and constituents alike gathered for another rendition of 'Politics in the Park,' hosted by the Natrona County Republican Women.

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