Absentee voting

Liz Machalek drops off her absentee ballot Tuesday at the County Administration Building after voting early in the 2020 General Election. Voters can cast ballots early until November 2 either in-person at the County Administration Building or by dropping their ballots at the drop box outside.

Wondering about that pesky judge retention question on the ballot? The News&Guide’s General Election special section is here, complete with info on who’s running, their stances on the issues, and info about where and how to vote — and, of course, a primer on judge retention.

Inserted between the pages of this week’s News&Guide, you’ll find this handy guide to help you sort through all the candidates’ positions on issues that matter to you. We’ve also included sample ballots from the Teton County Clerk’s Office so you can do a run through before you cast your votes.

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