How to beat the $1,000,000 Wyoming lottery jackpots article You can’t win a million bucks in Wyoming.
But that’s not stopping some of the state’s wealthiest people from pocketing the jackpot.
And, according to the Associated Press, some of those who have taken advantage of the lottery’s loophole have made a fortune.
The AP’s investigation shows that the Wyoming Lottery’s jackpot jackpot payout was nearly $5 million, according, to the AP, to a company that manages the state lottery system.
One of the biggest winners, Robert G. Walker, the former chief executive of Wal-Mart Stores Inc., is worth about $13.6 billion.
Walker and his company, Walker Resource Partners, which operates the Wyoming lottery, made more than $1.3 billion on the state-run lottery in 2017.
Walker was named the state Lottery CEO in 2015 and is the chairman of the board of the Wyoming Investment Management Corporation, the state government’s investment vehicle for large-scale projects.
Walker has been active in politics and philanthropy.
He is a longtime supporter of Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump and the chairman and CEO of the Trump Entrepreneur Fund.
In 2012, Walker was the chief executive officer of the Donald J. Trump Foundation, a charity that provides financial support to veterans and families of those killed in the U.S. wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.
More recently, Walker has been a vocal supporter of Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and has donated $4 million to her campaign.
Wal-Mart was also the recipient of $7.5 million in tax breaks from the state in 2018.
Walker’s company received a $300,000 windfall.
According to the Wyoming Gaming Commission, Walker’s Wyoming gaming company has not yet filed with the state about the $500,000 tax break.