|Joe Speckner—Vice Chair||Rural|
|Linda Nichol —Secretary||At-Large|
Taken from Conservation District Law Wyoming § 11-16-118 through 11-16-120. Supervisor elections for all districts (except Weston County) are held during the general election on the Tuesday following the first Monday in November.
District supervisors serve 4 year terms. All registered voters residing within the district are eligible to vote for district supervisor positions. District supervisors are elected on the general ballot on a nonpartisan basis. Each district board must be made up of 3 rural, 1 urban and 1 at large member:
Rural – any registered voter not living within the boundaries of an incorporated city
Urban – any registered voter of a Wyoming municipality
At-large – any registered voter living within the boundaries of the district (rural or urban)
A supervisor shall not receive any compensation for his services, but is entitled to expense including travel expenses, necessarily incurred in the discharge of their duties.
District supervisor elections fall under the Special District Elections Act of 1994, Wyoming
22-29-101 et. seq. Not than more than ninety (90) and not less than seventy (70) days before the
formation election, candidates may file an application for election in the County Clerk’s office.