The Caspar Star-Tribune reports:
Former President Donald Trump endorsed Thursday the latest legislative effort to end crossover voting in Wyoming. Senate File 97, “Change in party affiliation,” was filed recently by Sen. Bo Biteman, R-Ranchester.
The bill would end same-day party affiliation change in Wyoming to prevent Democrats from voting in Republican primaries. The practice is commonly known as crossover voting.
If successful, the bill would become effective almost immediately, in time for the 2022 primary and general elections, when Rep. Liz Cheney is up for reelection against the Trump-endorsed candidate, Harriet Hageman.
From the world’s most famous liar:
The Wyoming State Senate is considering SF0097, introduced by Patriot Senator Bo Biteman, to protect the integrity of Wyoming primary elections.
This critically important bill ensures that the voters in each party will separately choose their nominees for the General Election, which is how it should be!
It makes total sense that only Democrats vote in the Democrat primary and only Republicans vote in the Republican primary.
This bill has my Complete and Total Endorsement and Support. Every Member of the Wyoming Senate should vote for SF0097. Thank you!
Former President Donald Trump endorsed Thursday the latest legislative effort to end crossover voting in Wyoming. https://t.co/yAVIyRoXIP
— Casper Star-Tribune (@CSTribune) February 17, 2022