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Park County Residents Will Start Voting Early

This Friday, any Park County residents can go to the Courthouse in Cody do go vote early. According to the Elections Office, the office will be open from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. until November 7, 2022.

Thanks to the Wyoming Park County Republican Men’s club, and many in public, if a person wants to go and vote, they will have to show a Wyoming Drivers license or other government-accepted official Identification. This is designed to keep fraudulent voting from the voting booths. This will make it very hard for Democrats to try and cheat in the voting booths as they did back in 2020 on a national scale.

For absentee voters, they may also start voting now. According to the Elections Office, they expect that about 2,300 absentee ballots will be sent out for residents who have requested an Absentee ballot or those who are overseas.

Ballots are expected to increase as the political climate has become TOXIC; due to Democrat Socialist agendas, Republicans are determined to take back local, county, state, and even national races to preserve America from the Democrat Socialist Agendas to destroy America at every level. Park County races are no different than the State and National races.

Colleen Renner expects a strong voter turnout as Park County residents will exercise their voting rights probably more than ever due to what is happening in the Democrat/Republican races.

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