Voters have a chance to learn about November's specific purpose excise tax election at a forum at Teton County Library at 6 tonight.
Officials will present information about $77 million worth of projects that are up for a vote Nov. 5. Media panelists will ask questions about the 10 ballot measures — with an opportunity for audience members to submit questions — and interactive information booths will be available following the panel.
Election Day is Nov. 5, but voters can cast a ballot at the clerk's office in the Teton County Administration Building from now through Nov. 4. Absentee ballots are also available through the Teton County Clerk's Office.