Wyoming Statutes Title 22. Elections § 22-26-117. Discharging employee because of nomination for or election to office
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Discharging an employee because of nomination for or election to office consists of any employer discharging or causing to leave his, or their employ, temporarily or permanently, any person or persons because he or they have been nominated as a candidate for or elected to any position of honor, trust or emolument, to be voted for at any election, held in pursuance of the laws of this state.
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