Meet & Greets for prospective Sheriff candidates June 22 & 23
Interviews will be held on June 23
June 21, 2016
The Sublette County Republican Party will hold two optional Meet & Greets for the public and Committee members to have a chance to meet the prospective candidates to fill the opening for Sublette County Sheriff. Candidates are welcome to participate in one or both. Candidates are welcome to bring written materials to discuss with interested persons in small groups or one-on-one.
The first Meet & Greet will be at the Marbleton Senior Center on Wednesday, June 22 from 6-8PM.
The second Meet & Greet will be on Thursday, June 23 from 2-4:30PM at the Sublette BOCES building in Pinedale.
The Sublette County Republican Party will hold a meeting on Thursday, June 23 to interview prospective Sheriff candidates and to vote on three names to submit to the Sublette County Commissioners to fill the office.
Interviews will be held at the Sublette BOCES building in Pinedale starting at 6:00PM. Candidates will be given five minutes to address the Committee. Questions from the Committee will be limited to five minutes per candidate.
The public is welcome to attend the interview meeting and provide written letters of commendation for a particular candidate, however no verbal public comments will be taken during the meeting. Public wishing to submit written support for any particular candidate should provide 30 copies of their statement of support to the meeting room prior to the start of the meeting so those comments may be distributed to the Committee members prior to the candidate’s presentation.
The application period closes at 5PM on Thursday, June 23. Job requirements: "Qualified elector."
"Qualified elector" includes every citizen of the United States who is a bona fide resident of Wyoming, has registered to vote and will be at least eighteen (18) years of age on the day of the election at which he may offer to vote. No person is a qualified elector who is a currently adjudicated mentally incompetent person, or who has been convicted of a felony and his civil or voting rights have not been restored. (note revision in definition for Wyoming)
As of the time of this article, the people below have submitted their names to be considered for the Sheriff position.
Jay E. Harrison
Scott Kenneth Winer