Clerk Says Over 28,000 Natrona County Residents Have Registered to Vote
Monday marked the deadline to register in Wyoming for the Nov. 6 general election.
Natrona County clerk Renea Vitto says just over 28,000 residents registered to vote during the state’s registration period.
We were at 27,892 (registered voters on Monday morning), and now, with the 380 new ones, we’re at 28,372,” Vitto said. “This will change as time goes on closer to the election.”
Vitto says registration numbers can indicate a strong election day turnout.
Usually it is a good indicator as to how heavy the turnout is going to be, and since we have a lot of new people registering to vote, we do expect a lot of people to turn out on election day also.”
Those who missed Monday’s deadline can still register and vote with an absentee ballot at the clerk’s office until 5:00 p.m. on Nov. 5. Residents can also register and vote on Election Day at their polling place.
You can find where your polling place is located at the Natrona County Clerk’s website.