2018 Wyoming Primary Election

Jonathan Schechter and Luther Propst watch results come in during a primary election night party Tuesday, August 21, 2018, at Hole Bowl in Jackson, Wyoming.

If you're a voter who likes the pomp and circumstance of voting on Election Day (or maybe you're in it for the sticker, no judgment), you have until 7 p.m. today to cast your ballot. 

Where are the county's five vote centers, you ask? Need background on who's running for sheriff? Undecided on the lodging tax? We've got you covered.

As for us at News&Guide Headquarters, we'll be following the election all day, with reporters and photographers at the polls during the day and later at candidate parties and set up at the Teton County Administration Building, anxiously awaiting results.

As excited as we are? Come along for the journey.

• An election blog will go live on JHNewsAndGuide.com midday (or maybe sooner! Journalists live for election coverage). 

• Instagram stories will start to appear this evening, reported live from candidate parties.

• Results will start popping up on JHNewsAndGuide.com as soon as they start rolling in (typically around 7:30 p.m. from our experience). Follow our site, or check out Facebook.com/jhnewsandguide.com for a livestream of the results. Facebook will also feature election reporting throughout the day.

• Twitter person? We haven't forgotten you. Follow @jhnewsandguide and #jhvotes for quick links to results as they roll in this evening.

Last, but certainly not least, pick up a Jackson Hole News&Guide on Wednesday morning for complete coverage and unofficial results.

Polls close at 7 p.m. Go vote.


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