Heavily Republican Wyoming voted just the way you would expect.
President Trump swamped Joe Biden 70-27%, former congresswoman Cynthia Lummis took 73% in the U-S Senate race, and current Congresswoman Liz Cheney won reelection with 69%.
The Senate race between Lummis and Merav Ben-David and Cheney’s race with Lynette Greg Bull marked the first time that women ran against each other for both positions.
The only statewide ballot measure was a constitutional amendment taking the debt limit for municipal sewer projects out of the constitution and setting it by statute.
It passed in a tight vote, winning by fewer than 7,000 votes out of 247,000 cast.