Though the General Election is quickly approaching on November 6, more than 43,000 of the state's nearly 240,000 registered voters have already cast their votes by way of absentee ballots.
Secretary of State Max Maxfield, who also serves as Wyoming's Chief Election Officer, breaks down what this means for the state.
Voters can also visit their polling place on Election Day to register and cast their ballots.
Maxfield said there's no reason that any qualified Wyoming voters should not go out and vote.
Nearly 54,000 registered voters, including some 1,800 military and overseas voters, requested absentee ballots as of October 29. So far, 80 percent have already submitted their marked ballots to their respective County Clerk.