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SENATE 2019 W-2

SENATE 2020 W-2

SENATE 2021 W-2

Anyone can run for office.

Here are the statues that protect people who wish to run for office.

W.S. 28-5-101 Schedule of compensation, per diem and travel expenses Legislators in Wyoming make about $18,000-$22,000 a year while in office.

If you have any questions please feel free to contact me.

Wage and Tax Statement Form — Cheyenne, WY — Senator Tom James 

This is a citizen legislature, if you are not happy with how you are being represented then you have the right and ability to run for office.

Session pay: 109/day including weekends per diem not taxed 

150/day including weekends 

54.5/mileage not taxed x2

Interim pay: 900/month for speaker of the house and president of the senate 600/month for floor leaders and committee chairmen 

300/month for everyone else 

150/day of committee meetings 

75/day the member is engaging in prep work for the committee meeting 

75/day the member travels to and from the committee meeting 

109/day not taxed per diem 

54.5/mileage not taxed x2


Each member of the legislature is entitled to receive a constituent service allowance as provided under this section. This allowance is intended to defray expenses incurred by each member in providing service to and on behalf of their constituents, which services are in addition to attending sessions of the legislature, attending meetings of interim committees and engaging in authorized interim work for which salary, per diem and mileage is authorized by law. 

The allowance is subject to the following:

The allowance of seven hundred fifty dollars $750.00 per calendar quarter or fractional portion thereof that the member is in office shall be paid quarterly to all incumbent legislators.


Protections while running for office 

and if win your election

22-26-112. Misdemeanor offenses generally.

(a) Unless a different penalty is specifically provided in this code, the following acts, if knowingly and willfully committed, are misdemeanor offenses punishable by not more than six (6) months in a county jail or a fine of not more than one thousand dollars ($1,000.00), or both:

(v) Employer interfering with political rights of employees;

(vi) Discharging an employee because of nomination for or election to political office;

(vii) Causing or attempting to cause a candidate to withdraw or refuse nomination or election;

22-26-116. Interfering with employee’s political rights.

Interfering with an employee’s political rights consists of an employer making, adopting, enforcing or attempting to enforce any order, rule, regulation or policy forbidding or preventing any employee from becoming a candidate for public office or for a position on any public board or commission or making, adopting, enforcing or attempting to enforce any order, rule, or regulation controlling or attempting to control such employee’s vote on any question at any public election, or in any public position or board or in any office to which such employee may be appointed or elected.

22-26-117. Discharging employee because of nomination for or election to office.

Discharging an employee because of nomination for or election to office consists of any employer discharging or causing to leave his, or their employ, temporarily or permanently, any person or persons because he or they have been nominated as a candidate for or elected to any position of honor, trust or emolument, to be voted for at any election, held in pursuance of the laws of this state.

22-26-118. Causing or attempting to cause candidate to withdraw or refuse nomination or election.

Causing or attempting to cause a candidate to withdraw or refuse nomination or election consists of any person, or agent, or officer, or any company, or corporation either causing or attempting to cause any person or persons nominated as candidates or elected at any election, to withdraw, or refrain from accepting such nomination or election by threatening loss of employment, business or patronage, if he or they accept such candidacy or election, or making it a condition of employment, business or patronage, that such candidacy or election shall not be accepted.