County Clerk reminds Natrona County voters that they may need to check for new polling locations

Published: May. 2, 2022 at 7:08 PM CDT
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CASPER, Wyo. (Wyoming News Now) - With 2022 being a voting year, Wyoming citizens may need to update themselves on where they have to vote. This is because earlier this year Wyoming’s Legislators redistricted areas of the state. Along with this redistricting the city of Casper also changed some of their ward boundaries.

These changes, especially on the city level, may not affect all citizens but those who it did will most likely have to find their new designated polling stations. Citizens can find their new polling locations by clicking here to visit the counties online polling place locator.

“There will be substantial changes across Natrona County as far as districts and precincts and boundary lines. It may not impact everyone within Natrona County however a lot of the people are impacted,” said County Clerk Tracy Good.

Absentee ballots and early voting will be available beginning July 1, with the primary election being held August 16. Voters will also be required to have a photo ID with them in order to vote in person.

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