Notices Go Out to Those Who Didn’t Vote
CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Registered voters in Wyoming who did not cast a ballot in November's general election are receiving notices in the mail.
The notices say that their names will be removed from the voter registration list unless they take action to remain on the list.
State Election Director Peggy Nighswonger says the Secretary of State's Office is trying to keep the state's voter registration list accurate and up-to-date.
Nighswonger says an estimated 95,000 voters across the state are receiving the notices of pending cancellation of their registration.
She says people who want to remain on the registration list should return the notice by mail or contact their county clerk.
Persons who have been purged from the voter registration list may still vote in future elections, but they will need to register again.