A Casper man and his Denver-area business partner have been ordered to stop selling bogus securities that have defrauded more than $11 million from scores of investors -- including three in central Wyoming -- and sometimes lined their own pockets, according to the Colorado Division of Securities.
The number of registered voters on the eve of the state’s general election is just under 239,000. Secretary of State Max Maxfield says that's about 55 percent of the voting age population in Wyoming and represents an increase of over 20,000 since the primaries in August
Fraudulent automated phone calls claiming to be from the Wyoming Secretary of State's office have trigger a consumer warning from officials there. The phone calls lead the recipient to believe the Secretary of State's office released information regarding their auto insurance, which makes them eligible for changes to their policy
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