Monday, October 22nd was the last day to register to vote ahead of the November 6 election. That deadline is intended to allow county clerks to have time to prepare pollbooks for the 301 polling places throughout the state. Here in Teton County, 11,677 residents are registered for the 2012 election – compared with12,816 in the 2008 general election. Those who have not registered and still wish to vote November 6th may do so at the polling place. A voter is required to be a U.S. citizen, a resident of Wyoming, and at least 18 years of age by election day. Persons convicted of a felony must have had their civil or voting rights restored. So far, 2278 people have either voted early in Teton County or have mailed back their absentee ballots. By the time the votes were counted in 2008, a total of 12,332 people had cast their ballots – 60.5% of whom voted for President Obama.