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   JOKE    THOUGHT    OPINION
You can have all kinds of adventures when you travel, including the ones in today’s edition of the Joke of the Day!


"Art is the desire of a man to express himself, to record the reactions of his personality to the world he lives in."

~Amy Lowell (1874 - 1925)
Robert R. Owens, Ph.D. Thoughts on the Coming Election




   THIS WEEK'S POLL
A Wyoming Legislative committee wants the state to provide money to local school districts to cover the rise in inflation. However, some lawmakers say that local districts were overfunded in the past, and putting a freeze on inflation adjustments will even things out.   Should local school districts be given more money from the state because of inflation?



A school district in Nebraska is allowing seniors to pose with guns for their senior and yearbook pictures. Some say that’s in poor taste in light of numerous school shootings around the country. Others say the students should be able to take a picture with something that represents a favorite activity like hunting or shooting sports.  Should Wyoming high school seniors be allowed to pose for school photos with guns?





   LAST WEEK'S RESULTS
(WyomingNetwork does NOT represent this as a scientific poll.)
There are four candidates on the ballot for Governor of Wyoming.   Who will you vote for?

Dee Cozzens (L)
14.9%

Pete Gosar (D)
43.3%

Matt Mead (R)
37.3%

Don Wills (I)
4.5%

The race for Superintendent of Public Instruction in Wyoming has been hotly contested.   Who will you vote for?

Jillian Balow (R)
40.3%

Mike Ceballos (D)
59.7%



POLITICAL CARTOONS

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