WYOMING
     Nov. 4, 2014 U.S. Senate                                      

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+Mike Enzi (R) i
121,554
72.19%
Charlie Hardy (D)
29,377
17.45%
Curt Gottshall (I)
13,311
7.90%
Joseph S. Porambo (L)
3,677
2.18%
write-ins
471
0.28%

168,390

Ballots Cast: 171,153 (includes 130 over votes and 2,633 undervotes).
Plurality:  92,177 votes (54.74 percentage points).

WY Secretary of State



Notes:  This was the most lopsided result for a contested Senate race of the cycle.
  Sen. Mike Enzi (R), first elected to the Senate in 1996, won a fourth term, easily defeating former Catholic priest and educator Charlie Hardy (D), airline captain Curt Gottshall (I) and professional cook Joseph S. Porambo (L).  All four candidates debated at Central Wyoming College in Riverton on Oct. 14, hosted by Wyoming PBS (>).  The race was not competitive financially.  According to the Center for Responsive Politics reported Enzi spent $3.8 million while Hardy and Gottshall each spent less than$100,000.



Campaign Managers:
Mike Enzi:  Kristin Walker 
(Aug. 2013...campaign manager/communications director) Managing director at Brimmer Communications, Oct. 2010-Aug. 2013.  Communications director, press secretary to U.S. Rep. Ed Whitfield (KY), Aug. 2007-Oct. 2010; scheduling coordinator/press secretary/executive assistant to U.S. Rep. Barbara Cubin (WY), Sept. 2005-Aug. 2007.  B.A. in political science and government from The College of William and Mary, 2005.

Charlie Hardy




    


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