2012 Voter Information
More than 28,000 Natrona County residents are registered to vote in Tuesday’s General Election. In addition to voting in the Presidential race, voters will be asked to cast ballots on candidates seeking local, county and state offices. Ballots will also be cast for candidates seeking Wyoming’s two Senate seats, and the state’s sole seat in the U.S. House of Representatives. There are also a number of other issues appearing on the ballot, including a proposal for a penny-tax to help fund a new library in Casper, and three proposed amendments to the Wyoming Constitution.
If you haven’t already cast an absentee vote or voted early, you can find your polling place by visiting the Natrona County Clerk’s website. If you haven’t registered, Wyoming allows voters to register on election day and cast their ballots at the polls. You’ll need to bring identification containing your current address and go to your proper polling place.
In Natrona County, polls will be open from 7:00 a.m. until 7:00 p.m. on Tuesday, November 6th.
The Wyoming Secretary of State’s Office has made a “Voter’s Guide” available, which covers many issues regarding Tuesday’s General Election, along with contact information to the local election offices throughout the state. You can see that guide by CLICKING HERE.
If you do not want to vote for a particular office or item on the ballot, just skip that portion of the ballot. According to the Secretary of State’s Office, if you fail to vote on any Constitutional Amendment or Initiative, the result is the same as a vote against that issue.
If you want to vote for someone whose name does not appear on the ballot, you can simply write the name of the individual in the space provided and blacken the oval next to the name.
If you require assistance to vote by reason of disability
or inability to read or write English, you may be given
assistance by a person of your choice. Also, if you have
questions regarding accessibility of your polling place,
please contact your County Clerk. A list of all County Clerk’s offices in Wyoming are available in the Secretary of State’s “Voter’s Guide”