The state only allows recalls for elected officials in cities or towns operating under a commission form of government. However, no Wyoming cities or towns currently use that form of government.
Phil Roberts, a University of Wyoming history professor, said Wyoming lawmakers considered allowing recalls in the 1910s. But the proposal was rejected
He said the state’s founders also considered the need for a process to oust elected officials before their term was up.
But he said they did this by putting in broad provisions for an official to be impeached.