Election Day: Here’s where you can go and what it looks like

JACKSON, Wyo. — The Teton County primary election is today, Aug. 18. Early and absentee voting has ended for the primary, but there’s still time to hit a voting center.

Keep in mind that the absentee polling site is not open on Election Day. You must vote at a designated vote center on Election Day.

You may vote at one of the following Vote Centers from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. regardless of where you live in Teton County:

  • TETON COUNTY/JACKSON RECREATION CENTER – 155 E. Gill Ave, Jackson, WY, 83001
  • TETON COUNTY LIBRARY – 125 Virginian Ln, Jackson, WY, 83001

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Teton County will not be able to open the Alta Branch Library or the Weed & Pest Building from insufficient floor space to accommodate social distancing. County authorities will revisit opening these locations in the future as the situation evolves.

The Jackson Recreation Center has the largest space for social distancing, according to the Teton County Clerk.

Voter registration, address, and party changes will still be possible at a polling place on the day of the election. 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.

The early absentee window for the General Election is September 18 to November 2. The absentee polling site is open Monday to Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. for 45 days prior to the 2020 Primary Election and 2020 General Election. For the General Election, it will be open from September 18 to November 2.

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