The last half of 2022 was a busy one for Wyoming Family Alliance. As part of becoming an independent associate of the Family Policy Alliance, the alliance changed its name, re-organized as two new non-profit organizations with a new board and new by-laws, added two new employees, and moved into a new office. In addition to all of those changes, the alliance actively participated in the 2022 mid-term elections by publishing a candidate report card for the primary election and endorsing family and religious-friendly candidates running in the general election. It also hosted a number of events for legislators, pastors, educators, and Wyoming citizens. The photo record below records some highlights of these activities.