Click on the below links to see the FY 2017 Adopted Teton County Budget: Expenses & Revenues
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Check out the Sample Ballots for the 2016 Primary Election HERE!! If you do not know your District and Precinct, please call us at 307.733.4430
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CLICK HERE to see the local 2016 Primary Election candidates!
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An exciting new concept for
Teton County voters in 2016!!
County Clerk Sherry L. Daigle is pleased to introduce the Vote Center concept to Teton County for the 2016 election cycle.
Vote Centers have gained popularity across the country because they allow voters greater flexibility in casting their ballots on Election Day, and allow counties to decrease costly expenses by reducing the number of polling places and staffing. Since 2003, states such as Colorado, Arizona, Indiana, New Mexico, Tennessee, Texas and Utah have passed legislation to permit vote centers.
In 2015, the Wyoming Senate passed SF 0052 which defined "Vote Center" and allowed for the county clerk to use vote centers as an option to traditional polling places. Simply stated, a vote center is a polling location where any voter can go to vote, regardless of where they live in the County!
On August 16th, 2016 (Primary Election) and on November 8th, 2016 (General Election) you may vote at ANY one of the following Vote Centers from 7:00 a.m to 7:00 p.m. regardless of where you live in Teton County:
TETON COUNTY LIBRARY
125 Virginian Ln, Jackson, WY
TETON COUNTY/JACKSON RECREATION CENTER
155 E. Gill Ave., Jackson, WY
OLD WILSON SCHOOLHOUSE COMMUNITY CENTER
5655 Main St., Wilson, WY
TETON COUNTY WEED & PEST BUILDING
7575 US-89, Jackson, WY
ALTA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
15 Alta School Rd., Alta, WY
MORAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
501 Moran Ct., Moran, WY
Of course, if these locations are not convenient for you on Election Day, you can also vote by Absentee any time prior to Election Day. Please click on "Absentee Voting" under the Elections tab to learn which absentee voting method is right for you!