Polls are open from 7:00 am until 7:00 pm and by law, employers need to allow time if needed in order for their personnel to be able to vote. Considering the length of this year’s ballot, Teton County Clerk Sherry Daigle says the process should not take all that long. Daigle says there have been lines at the absentee polling site at the courthouse, but people still were able to get in and out within 15 to 20 minutes. However, she says don’t be surprised to see lines – especially at the key voting times in the morning and evening. Meanwhile, for those who plan to register at the precinct when they go to vote, there are a few items they will need. She says those people need to bring along a photo ID like a Wyoming driver’s license, state-issued ID or passport and their social security number. Typically, lines at precincts are longest before 9:00 am and again after 5:00 pm.