where to vote on Election Day

By Jim Stanford on November 5, 2012

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Voting precinct and poll locations in town. Glenwood Street is the divider between the Fair Building and Recreation Center precincts. Click to enlarge.

There are two days left to cast a vote in the 2012 election. Today, residents can register and vote in advance at the county clerk’s office, 200 S. Willow St.

On Election Day, voters must go to their neighborhood polling place and can register before casting a ballot. A higher-resolution version of the above map, including the entire county, can be found here. Polls are open 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

In town, there are four places to vote. Residents east of Redmond Street vote at Senior Center; those between Glenwood and Redmond vote at the Rec Center; everyone between Glenwood and Highway 89 votes at the Fair Building; and neighborhoods farthest west vote at the Presbyterian Church.

Only a photo ID is required to register. While a Wyoming driver’s license is preferred, other states’ are accepted, too. The clerk’s office is closed Tuesday.

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3 Comments so far

  1. Jazz November 5, 2012 7:05 pm

    Voted early for President Obama and every democrat on the ballot – not that my vote will matter in this very Red State of Wyoming. However, voting is not only a civic duty, but an honor and a privilege. It’s time Wyoming had political balance. We need to get back to the days of Governor Dave Freudenthal. Governor Freudenthal had the ability, willingness, and common sense to work across party lines. Those days are sorely missed. I’m proud to be a Wyoming Democrat. Good luck Jim!

  2. js November 5, 2012 10:32 pm

    Thanks, Jazz. For those out there on the Interwebs, possibly unsure where to cast their vote, try typing “ballot” into Google. You’ll be prompted for your home address, and Google will give you the polling place with map and hours of operation, along with a rundown of nearly every candidate and initiative on the ballot. Try it. Impressively accurate!

  3. Brad November 6, 2012 9:15 am

    Jazz, since when has there been a Wyoming governor who has not worked across party lines? For a state that has a legislative split of 60-40 in favor of republicans, our governors have been remarkably centrist, as have the people who have voted them in. Three out of our last five governors have been democrats. I’d vote for any one of them again. Aside from perhaps the wolf issue, what has Matt Mead done to piss you off? This state’s government has a history of keeping financial health, surviving booms and busts. That doesn’t happen without consistent cooperation and compromise, The Cheneys, Barassos and Lummis’ of the world not withstanding, this red state (still) carries a remakable balance.

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