The Natrona County Clerk's Office says Tuesday's bond election will be, for the most part, a hassle-free experience for most voters.

Renea Vitto, the Natrona County clerk, says voters should be able to get in line to vote immediately if they've already completed the voter registration process. An additional step will be required, however, for individuals who have not yet registered to vote or need to make a change to their registration.

“They will have to show a valid Wyoming driver’s license,” Vitto said. “If the driver’s license has expired or is out-of-state, it’s still good for the ID purposes, but they will have to also supply us with the last four digits of their social security number.”

Vitto says all 46 polling places will be open until from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday. A list of polling places can be found here.