Every eligible Wyoming voter has the ability to protect the health and freedoms of their peers at the ballot box, just by showing up to vote.
However, if you’re unsure about voting and why it matters, or if your vote even counts you're not alone. While we think everyone who is eligible should cast their ballot, don’t take it from us. Scroll down to hear from fellow Wyoming voters Jalissa, Cindy, Rev. Hannah, Sam, and Timberly.
Jalissa Fletcher, Co-Director of Feminist Leaders for Reproductive Justice, NAACP, Wyoming Independent Citizen Coalition
Jalissa is voting because she sees the ballot box as a viable way to create change and address systemic issues in our political system.
Cindy Cochran, Wyoming Rapid Response Network
Cindy is voting because she knows that times are changing right now, and by casting a ballot we can build on this positive momentum and create a better world.
Rev. Hannah Roberts Villnave, Minister, UCC
Rev. Hannah is voting because it is one the easiest things we can do, to show our community that we care.
Sam Neumann, Voter
Sam is voting because they want to address issues at a federal level and elect candidates who will do their part to improve our environment and change our criminal legal system for the better.
Timberly Vogel, Laramie Human Rights Network
Timberly is voting to because many people before her could not and she wants to do her part to make their voices heard today.