Voting is a privilege many of us might not realize. With voting options at state, county, and city levels, every vote counts!
"It’s your right! Don't give it up,” explained Election Deputy Clerk Chris Lindsey of Natrona County. “You get to voice your opinion. It's very important. And it's so easy to do."
If you aren't registered, the process is simple. All you need is a passport, student id, or driver's license. And if it's from out of state, then you need your social security card as well. One of the plus sides of being registered, we have a way to mold how we want things done.
"This is a very important election,” continued Lindsey. “These are everything from our state government, all to our local people. And these are the people that make things happen for you; and where taxes come from, for you. This is the election to register and to vote."
For many, not voting means giving up the right to have your voice be heard.
A right, some other countries don’t have.
For more information on your county voting registry, click on the corresponding link.
Big Horn: http://www.bighorncountywy.gov/departments/clerk/elections
Hot Springs: http://www.hscounty.com/