Rock Springs – Voters are getting ready for the election on Tuesday, and in Rock Springs, they've got the economy on their minds. Laura Huggins is a chef at a man-camp near town, and she says she'll vote a mainly Republican ticket because she likes the way that party is handling the economy.
Laramie, Wy – The argument over the possible effects of Amendment B continues. The amendment would take money from school districts in mineral rich counties that have excess funding and send the revenue to the state. The criticism is there is no guarantee the money will go to education. Representative Jeff Wasserburger from Gillette makes that point. Another state Representative, Colin Simpson, disagrees saying there is state law mandating this excess money to go back to school districts.
Laramie, Wy – Federal officials are gearing up to respond to any allegations of election fraud or voter rights abuses on Election Day in Wyoming. U-S Attorney Matt Mead says that a lawyer in his office will be on duty on Election Day to respond to any calls from the public. Mead also says that the F-B-I will have special agents in each field office ready to respond.