Primary election 2022

“I Voted” stickers are handed out as residents submitted their ballots Tuesday afternoon at Teton County Library.

Moose resident Marian Meyers admitted that she didn’t do all of her homework ahead of showing up to the polls Tuesday at the Teton County Recreation Center.

Meyers, who had been in the books as a Democrat, changed her registration to Republican so she could vote for U.S. Rep. Liz Cheney, who she admired for having the “guts to stand up for our country in the face of a lot of opposition.”

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(1) comment

Judd Grossman

Leaving it blank if you are unsure is wise. That's why requiring people to vote would be a bad idea. People should vote in races that they understand and are motivated about. Voting randomly is not helpful.

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