Some things Natrona County voters may need to remember before visiting the polls
CASPER, Wyo. (Wyoming News Now) - With primary elections on the horizon Natrona county voters should be prepared to hit the polls. Early voting will be open until August 15, at 5:00pm and can be conducted at the Natrona County Clerks office at 200 North Center St. Regular elections will be held on Tuesday August 16. For those ready to vote in person they will need to bring a photo ID.
Voters will also want to know what party they’re going to be voting with. Republican and Democratic ballots are available along with independent ballots. One main difference though is that independent ballots will have some limited voting opportunities.
“There is non-partisan ballot but for the folks that live within the city they would only be able to vote for city council because this is a closed primary. It’s partisan primary so when you are listed as unaffiliated you have a limited ballot,” said Natrona County Clerk Tracy Good.
Along with knowing what to bring voters also need to know where to go to vote. District lines and ward boundaries have recently been changed and if you don’t know if your previous polling location has been changed you can find out by clicking here.
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