List of Wyoming Attorneys General

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The Wyoming Attorney General is the senior legal officer of the State of Wyoming. The Attorney General is appointed by the Governor.

The 38th and current Attorney General is Bridget Hill.[1]

Attorneys General of Wyoming[edit]

# Name Took Office Left Office Party
1 Hugo Donzelmann 1890 1891 Republican
2 Charles N. Potter 1891 1895 Republican
3 Benjamin F. Fowler 1895 1898 Republican
4 Josiah Van Orsdel 1898 1905 Republican
5 W.E. Mullen 1905 1911 Republican
6 Douglas A. Preston 1911 1919 Democrat
7 William L. Walls 1919 1923 Republican
8 David J. Howell 1923 1927 Democrat
9 William O. Wilson 1927 1931 Republican
10 James A. Greenwood 1931 1933 Republican
11 Ray E. Lee 1933 1939 Democrat
12 Ewing Thomas Kerr 1939 1943 Republican
13 Louis O'Marr 1943 1947 Democrat
14 Norman B. Gray 1947 1951 Democrat
15 Harry S. Harnsberger 1951 1953 Republican
16 Howard Black 1953 1955 Republican
17 George F. Guy 1955 1957 Republican
18 Thomas O. Miller 1957 1959 Republican
19 Norman B. Gray 1959 1963 Democrat
20 John F. Raper 1963 1965 Republican
21 Dean W. Borthwick 1965 1967 Republican
22 James Barrett 1967 1971 Republican
23 Clarence Brimmer 1971 1974 Republican
24 David B. Kennedy 1974 1975 Republican
25 V. Frank Mendicino 1975 1978 Democrat
26 John J. Rooney 1978 1979 Democrat
27 John D. Troughton 1979 1981 Democrat
28 Steve Freudenthal 1981 1983 Democrat
29 A.G. McClintock 1983 1987 Democrat
30 Joseph Meyer 1987 1995 Republican
31 William U. Hill 1995 1998 Republican
32 Gay Woodhouse 1999 2001 Republican
33 Hoke MacMillan 2001 2002 Republican
34 Patrick J. Crank 2002 2007 Democrat
35 Bruce Salzburg 2007 2011 Democrat
36 Gregory A. Phillips 2011 2013 Democrat
37 Peter K. Michael 2013 2019 Republican
38 Bridget Hill 2019 present Republican

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Governor-Elect Gordon announces key leadership appointments". Northern Wyoming News. November 27, 2018. Retrieved March 6, 2019.

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