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2014 Wyoming Secretary of State election

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2014 Wyoming Secretary of State election

← 2010 November 4, 2014 (2014-11-04) 2018 →
Turnout65.05% Decrease 3.13%
 
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Nominee Ed Murray Jennifer Young Howard "Kit" Carson
Party Republican Constitution Libertarian
Popular vote 119,772 18,918 16,858
Percentage 69.98% 11.05% 9.85%

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County Results

Secretary of State before election

Max Maxfield
Republican

Elected Secretary of State

Ed Murray
Republican

The Wyoming Secretary of State election of 2014 took place on November 4, 2014. The incumbent Secretary of State, Max Maxfield, chose not to run for reelection. Real estate investor Ed Murray defeated Jennifer Young and Howard "Kit" Carson of the Constitution and Libertarian parties without any opposition from the Wyoming Democratic Party with 69.98% of the vote. However, despite losing the Republican primary Edward Buchanan would later be appointed Secretary of State after Murray`s resignation.

Republican Primary

Candidates

Declared

Withdrew

Declined

Fundraising

Campaign finance reports
Candidate Amount raised
Ed Murray $508,200
Edward Buchanan $124,816
Peter S. Illoway $119,017
Clark Stith $35,557
Source: National Institute on Money in State Politics[6]

Results

Republican primary results[7]
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Ed Murray 32,944 36.75%
Republican Edward Buchanan 31,312 34.93%
Republican Peter S. Illoway 16,596 18.52%
Republican Clark Stith 8,511 9.50%
Write-In Write-In 274 0.31%
Total votes 156,407 100%

Third Parties

Candidates

Declared

  • Jennifer Young (Constitution), Wyoming Constitution Party Chairwoman
  • Howard Carson (Libertarian), future President of the Wyoming Libertarian Party[8]

Fundraising

Campaign finance reports
Candidate Amount raised
Ed Murray $508,200
Jennifer Young $10,121
Howard Carson $0
Source: National Institute on Money in State Politics[6]

Results

Wyoming Secretary of State election, 2014[9]
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Ed Murray 119,772 69.98%
Constitution Jennifer Young 18,918 11.05%
Libertarian Howard Carson 16,858 9.85%
Write-In Write-In 859 0.5%
Over Votes Other 47 0.2%
Under Votes Other 14,699 8.59%
Total votes 171,153 100%

References

  1. ^ "ED MURRAY ANNOUNCES CANDIDACY FOR WYOMING SECRETARY OF STATE".
  2. ^ a b "Two former lawmakers join Wyoming secretary of state race".
  3. ^ "Clark Stith Announces Candidacy For Secretary of State".
  4. ^ "Dan Zwonitzer announces bid for Wyoming secretary of state".
  5. ^ "Wyoming Secretary of State Max Maxfield won't seek re-election".
  6. ^ a b "Secretary of State". NIOMISP.
  7. ^ "Republican primary results" (PDF).
  8. ^ "Barron: Third-party movement stalled".
  9. ^ "Wyoming Secretary of State election, 2014" (PDF).
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