(Wyo.)-Arizona Man Running In Wyoming State Congress Primary Seat
(Wyo.)-Two out-of-staters are running as Democrats in Wyoming's primary - and one has a very good chance of winning Tuesday because he was the only one to register.
Richard Grayson, a 63-year-old political gadfly from Apache Junction, Arizona, is the lone contestant in the Democratic primary for U.S. Congress. No Wyoming Democrat bothered to register; the seat is held by Republican U.S. Rep. Cynthia Lummis, who is seeking a fourth term in Washington.
Grayson said he has run for Congress several times before in other states. It's legal; a candidate simply must reside in the state they want to represent by Election Day.
Another non-Wyoming resident also is running Tuesday. William Bryk, a Brooklyn attorney, is one of four candidates seeking the Democratic U.S. Senate nomination. He's also running for Senate in Alaska.
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