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Will Trauner Seek a Recount?

The unofficial returns have Cubin ahead of Trauner by just 970 votes, 93,197 to 92,227. He is expected to announce today whether he will seek a recount, which is not required by law in this case, according to Wyoming Secretary of State Joe Meyer. ( A difference of 932 votes would have triggered an automatic recount.)


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