Contact: Sharon Nethercott
Phone: 307 733 7733
More Info: Precincts, Lists and Polling Locations
ABSENTEE VOTING: As allowed by state statute, Teton County Commissioners have identified the Teton County Administration Building at 200 South Willow as the single absentee polling site for Teton County. Any Wyoming resident, whether or not currently registered is able to vote in person by absentee ballot until 5:00pm on Monday, November 3rd. To vote simply come to the polling site between 8:00am-5:00pm, Monday-Friday and be sure to bring photo identification. If you are not currently registered you will be able to register prior to casting your absentee ballot. In order to request a ballot for someone who is not present but wishes to submit an absentee ballot by mail, they must provide you with a written notice for the County Clerk granting you permission to collect a ballot on their behalf.
Another option is to call the County Clerk’s office at 733-7733 to request a ballot be mailed to you. You will be asked to provide your name, date of birth and physical address. The Elections staff will enter your data into a computer system to verify your eligibility to vote and will then mail a ballot to you. Your completed ballot must be received by the Clerk’s Office by 7:00p.m. on November 4th. Any ballot received after that time will not be counted. Currently staff is receiving and reconciling absentee ballots with a computer program that identifies registered voters in the county and notates those who have voted by absentee ballot.
ELECTION DAY VOTING: If you plan to vote on November 4th but are not yet registered, either because you have moved since the last election, did not vote in the 2006 election or 2008 primary election, or changed your name you may register at your polling site on Election Day. You will need to provide photo identification and complete a voter registration form.
ELECTION RESULTS: On Election Day the public is invited to gather in the County Commission Chambers (200 S Willow) to watch as results come in from the county’s 18 polling sites, starting at 7:00p.m. Election results will be posted on www.tetonwyo.org as soon as all unofficial results are tabulated.