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Laird, Nicolaysen, Milne win four-year seats on Natrona County Commission

Dallas Laird, Peter Nicolaysen, and Jim Milne. (Greg Hirst, Oil City News)

CASPER, Wyo. — Three four-year seats on the Natrona County Commission were up for election this year, and all three will be filled by Republican candidates.

Republican Dallas Laird, a former Casper City Council member, secured the most votes in the race to fill the four-year seats on the Natrona County Commission. Incumbent Commissioners Jim Milne and Peter Nicolaysen secured enough votes to grab the two other seats available, defeating Democratic challenger Tom Radosevich and Libertarian challenger Shawn Johnson.

Unofficial voting results in the race were as follows, according to the Natrona County Clerk’s Office:

A two-year seat on the Natrona County Commission will be filled by Republican Steve Freel, who ran unopposed during the General Election.

Results from the election are unofficial until certified by local and state officials.


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