Tuesday, October 14, 2008

More than 12,300 voters have cast absentee ballots so far in Wyoming

AP reports:

The Wyoming Secretary of State's Office says more than 12,300 people have cast absentee ballots so far in the general election.

That's about 5.3% of the state's roughly 233,000 registered voters. Absentee voting began Sept. 25 and continues through Nov. 3, the day before Election Day. Officials in the state's most populous counties say absentee voting has been typical of a presidential election year, and possibly a little heavier than 2004.

Laramie County Clerk Debbye Lathrop says about 2,650 people have cast absentee ballots in her county so far. She says absentee voting has been busy at the county's absentee polling place. Chris Lindsey, the deputy county clerk for elections in Natrona County, says nearly 1,140 people have already voted absentee in Natrona County.

Are you a Laramie County resident at least 18 years old who hasn't yet registered? No problem. Go down to the City & County Building, register and cast your vote. You can do that in Wyoming. Really, you can. My advice: be a real maverick in this red state and vote for Barack Obama.


Get more details here: http://www.laramiecountyclerk.com/

1 comment:

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