JACKSON, Wyo. — Absentee voting for the 2020 General Election is now available in Teton County.
The early absentee window for the General Election is September 18 to November 2.
Voters are encouraged from the Teton County Clerk’s Office to vote absentee-by-mail this year. Luckily, voting by mail has always been an easy option in Wyoming.
Voters can request and send absentee ballots to the Teton County Clerk’s office, P.O. Box 1727 Jackson, WY 83001-1727.
The US Postal Service recommends 14 days to send and receive ballots. Make sure to get your ballot in the mail early to ensure your vote is counted. The last day to request a mail-in ballot in Wyoming is November 2, but election day is November 3, so request yours sooner rather than later. To be counted for an absentee-by-mail vote, ballots must be received by the Teton County Clerk at 7 p.m. on election day.
Absentee voting also allows voters to vote early, in person, at Teton County’s absentee polling place, located in the basement of the Teton County Administration Building at 200 S. Willow Street. Voters have the option to vote absentee in-person starting today from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. through Monday, Nov. 2.
Keep in mind that the absentee polling site is not open on Election Day (November 3). You must vote at a designated vote center on Election Day.
The easiest way to register to vote before election day is to stop by the Teton County Clerk’s office at 200 S. Willow St, Jackson, WY 83001. Make sure you bring a valid Wyoming driver’s license. If you don’t have one, use these instructions to see what other forms of I.D. are acceptable.
Voter registration, address, and party changes will still be possible at a polling place on the day of the election. The general election is on Tuesday, Nov. 3. at the county’s polling station at 200 S. Willow St.
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