Wyoming voters will head to the polls on November 8 and the ballot is set.

The Wyoming Secretary of State's Office on Thursday certified six presidential candidates, four candidates for the state's lone seat in the U.S. House of Representatives and 136 candidates for the state legislature.

"We've officially certified the 2016 candidates for office to the county clerks," said Secretary of State Ed Murray.

"I'm really encouraging every citizen, especially our Wyoming youth who historically have not participated to a great extent in the voting process, to get out and vote," Murray added.

August's primary election drew about 26 percent of Wyoming's voters to the polls, the best turnout the state has seen in a presidential election since 2004.