Early voting begins in Wyoming

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September 30, 2010

CHEYENNE, Wyoming: While some states are still facing challenges to their final ballots, others have begun accepting absentee votes. Wyoming's early voting began on September 22, allowing citizens across this sparsely-populated state to cast their votes anytime they want between now and the election.[1]

In Wyoming, there are 16,459 citizens per state senator and 9,022 per state representative.

In Laramie County, more than half of all voters will cast their ballots before November 2.[2] Wyoming is one of 32 states to allow early voting.[1]

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