Wyoming Not Likely to Follow Colorado | 09/24/13
CHEYENNE -- Don't expect Wyoming to follow Colorado's lead in using recall elections to oust state officials. Colorado voters removed two lawmakers earlier this month in what largely became a referendum on the state's recently passed gun-control laws.
Wyoming allows recalls only for elected officials in cities or towns operating under a commission form of government. However, no Wyoming cities or towns currently use that form of government. Wyoming is among the 31 states that do not allow recalls of legislators or statewide officials. But there is some debate over whether Wyoming should open up its recall process.
The American Civil Rights Union, a Virginia-based conservative group, is among those pushing for more states to allow recalls.