Selvig lands position on Wyoming midterm ballot

    (Riverton, WY) — Marissa Selvig, by unanimous vote at the Constitution Party of Wyoming’s 2022 State Convention, was nominated to be the party’s candidate for U.S. House of Representatives in this year’s midterm election.

    “I am beyond excited that it is finally official, and I am even more excited for the voters of Wyoming to have a real, constitutional choice in this race,” Selvig said. “It is long past time our elected officials uphold their oath to ‘uphold and defend’ the constitution with integrity and honesty. That is exactly what I intend to do should I be elected in November.”

    “Marissa Selvig is a candidate who has a clear understanding of the journey she is prepared to embark upon. She is committed to blazing the trail as a Constitution Party candidate, as well as a fellow citizen, to fight for the restoration of this great nation and get back to what it was founded on; which is the freedom and liberty the US Constitution affords to “we the people” of America,” said Mary Ann Jager, citizen from Hot Springs County and member of the Constitution Party’s vetting committee.


    Jeff Haggit, the State Party Chairman and 2020 US House Candidate for the party stated, “This was my first time meeting Marissa and found her very personable. She is passionate about her faith and the belief that adhering to the oath of office is of utmost importance. She will make a great congresswoman.”

    County 10 does not endorse any political candidate and strictly separates news from advertising. To learn more about political advertising with County 10 or to submit election news, click here.


    Related Posts

    Have a news tip or an awesome photo to share?