CASPER, Wyo. – Primary Election Day in Natrona County is Tuesday, August 16.
Voters can find where their polling place is using a polling station locator courtesy of Natrona County. People can search their address to find their polling place. It also provides sample ballots so voters know what to expect on primary election day.
Sample ballots for specific polling places are provided to voters registered as Republicans, Democrats or nonpartisan.
In addition to voting in person on Tuesday, August 16, Natrona County residents have the option of voting by mail.
People can vote by mail in person through Aug. 16 during regular business hours at the Natrona County Clerk’s Office, 200 N. Center St. in Casper. While mail-in ballots can be accepted at the Natrona County Clerk’s Office on primary election day, mail-in ballots cannot be accepted at polling places on August 16.
People can request a postal vote online or by calling 307-235-9217. Absentee ballots must be returned to the Natrona County Clerk’s office by 7 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 16, the official primary election day.
Military members and Wyoming residents who are overseas and want to vote by mail can visit the Wyoming Secretary of State website for more information.
People voting in person in Wyoming must show proper identification. There are a variety of accepted IDs, with details available from the Wyoming Office of the Secretary of State website.
After voters select the primary candidates, absentee voting for Wyoming’s general election will begin on Friday, September 23, with the general election set for Tuesday, November 8.
Oil City News published questionnaires for candidates and other election-related articles. These can be found under the Elections tab of Oil City News.
The League of Women Voters offers another source of voting and candidate information for Natrona County voters at vote411.org.