So you say you’re going to be busy or out of town on Primary Election Day, August 21st. Teton County Clerk Sherry Daigle says absentee voting has already begun at the county courthouse for those who cannot be at their polling place for any reason. Daigle says Wyoming has no excuse absentee voting laws so voters do not have to provide a reason for why they cannot be at the polls on election day. Daigle says absentee voting is available now through Wednesday, August 20th at the county administrative building on Willow Street. Those seeking an absentee ballot can stop by the office Monday through Friday, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm and either have it mailed to them, cast it on the spot, or take it home with them. Wyoming law also allows voters to register at the time they stop by for their absentee ballot or at the polling places on August 21st. Contested races in Jackson Hole include those running for town council, county commission, state representative and US representative.