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Wyoming’s Absentee Ballots Pouring In

November 1, 2012 State of Wyoming, Teton County No Comments
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43,000 of Wyoming’s 236,778 registered voters have already cast their ballots for the upcoming election, according to Secretary of State Max Maxfield.  That, he says, represents 18% of the state’s registered voters – and absentee voting continues through November 5th.  Anyone qualified to vote in the state, he says, may vote absentee.  Those not yet registered he adds may do so at their polling place at the time they go to vote on Tuesday.  As such Maxfield says, “with (absentee) voting and election day registration, we make it very easy and convenient to vote in Wyoming.”  In Teton County, meanwhile County Clerk Sherry Daigle says 3992 absentee ballots have been issued and 3389 have been returned for an average of 34% of the county’s registered voters.

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