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  • Frank Ogilvie “Skipper” Horton (1880 - 1948)
    US Congressman. He attended the public schools was an 1899 graduate of Morgan Park Military Academy in Illinois and a 1903 graduate of the University of Chicago. He served as a private in Company C, ...
  • Malcolm Wallop, U.S. Senator (1933 - 2011)
    Scion of the Earls of Portsmouth and former United States Senator from Wyoming.---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Wallop (February 27, 1933 –...
  • Oliver Wallop, 8th Earl of Portsmouth (1861 - 1943)
    Henry Wallop, 8th Earl of Portsmouth (13 January 1861 – 10 February 1943) was a British peer and also served in the Wyoming State Legislature in the United States.Wallop had moved from England to the U...
  • Mike Enzi, U.S. Senator (1944 - 2021)
    Bradley "Mike" Enzi (pronounced /ˈɛnzi/; born February 1, 1944) is the senior United States Senator from Wyoming (serving since 1997) and a member of the Republican Party.Raised in Thermopolis, Wyoming...
  • Colin M. Simpson
    Simpson is a Republican member of the Wyoming House of Representatives, representing the 24th district since 1999 and has been the Speaker of the House since 2008. He finished fourth in the race for th...

The Wyoming State Legislature is the legislative branch of the U.S. State of Wyoming. It is a bicameral state legislature, consisting of a 60-member Wyoming House of Representatives, and a 30-member Wyoming Senate. The legislature meets at the Wyoming State Capitol in Cheyenne. There are no term limits for either chamber.

As of 2013, Republican legislators hold a supermajority of the seats in both chambers of the Legislature. Fifty-two of the 60 seats in the House and 26 of the 30 seats in the Senate are held by Republicans.

During its territorial era, the Wyoming Legislature played a crucial role in the Suffragette Movement in the United States. In 1869, only four years following the American Civil War, and another 35 years before women's suffrage became a highly visible political issue in both the U.S., Britain, and elsewhere, the Wyoming Legislature granted all women above the age of 21 the right to vote. The legislature's move made Wyoming the first territory of the United States where women were explicitly granted the voting franchise.