More than 500 Wyoming Republican delegates and alternates elected from each county and other friends and guests will gather in Casper, Wyoming, to conduct the Wyoming Republican State Convention on April 14-16. These delegates will assemble at the Parkway Plaza to elect 14 of Wyoming’s 29 National Delegates to the Republican National Convention in Cleveland in July.

According to a release from the Wyoming Republican Party, the Saturday morning session of the convention will feature a representative from each of the active  Republican Presidential Campaigns.  Presidential hopeful Senator Ted Cruz will appear in person to speak to the delegates.  Representing Donald Trump will be former Alaska Governor and Vice Presidential Nominee Sarah Palin.  Governor Kasich’s campaign will be represented by the current Idaho Governor Butch Otter. 

Wyoming GOP Chairman Matt Micheli said,

“Wyoming has a chance to play a critical role in determining who will receive the Republican Party nomination. Wyoming’s 29 delegates will have a voice for Wyoming at the National Convention.”

Wyoming has a total of 29 delegates, 14 will be elected at State Convention, 12 were elected in March at County Convention, and 3 automatic delegates.

For more information on the State Convention contact Tom Wiblemo at twib@reagan.com or call 307-234-9166.