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Election 2014: Inform Your Vote

November 04, 2014

Hear Directly from Teton County Candidates

The Library, League of Women Voters and Jackson Hole News&Guide invite you to hear directly from local candidates in moderated panels with questions from local media. Panels begin at 6:30 p.m. in the Ordway Auditorium. You vote Nov. 4, 2014.

House District 22, House District 23, Assessor, Conservation Mill Levy


Teton County Commissioner, Coroner

Watch and listen to past forums here:


Where do I vote?

Check the Teton County Clerk’s polling site for your assigned voting location.

Local Voter Registration

Click here to find out everything you need to know about registering to vote in Teton County.

State Ballot Issues

For State and National Election Information:

Project Vote Smart
Easy, interactive tools to compare candidates’ views with your own.

Rock the Vote
Rock the Vote’s mission is to engage and build political power for young people in our country. This website focuses on using technology and grassroots efforts to register younger citizens to vote.

Voto Latino
The mission of “Voto Latino” is to mobilize young Latinos to vote. This website provides information on issues that especially concern Latino voters such as unemployment, immigration and poverty.

Local Elections

The League of Women Voters

Elections in the News
Jackson Hole News & Guide

JH Weekly

Casper Star-Tribune

Wyoming Public Radio


Teton County Elections: Provides a list of all candidates including party affiliations and contact information. This site also provides information on polling locations, voter registration, and absentee voting.

Political Parties:
Teton County Republican Party: and Wyoming Republican Party

Teton County Democratic Party:  and Wyoming Democratic Part

Wyoming Constitution Party:

Wyoming Libertarian Party:

Wyoming Green Party:

Wyoming Tea Party:

Teton County Library Election Information


Databases and e-content:

Library’s Computer Tutor Open for Business

Does your new iPhone look cool but drive you crazy because you’re not sure how it works? Want to back up your family photos for safekeeping? Thinking about finally organizing your music library?

If you’ve got a computer headache, curiosity or question, Teton County Library’s Personal PC Computer Tutor might be able to help. Bring your own laptop or use a library laptop set up for demonstrations to meet with a computer instructor. Available for up to one hour per week of one-on-one, free assistance, the tutor can help you learn about email, Microsoft Office programs, blogging, digital camera file management, iTunes and iPod, and more.

Some computer tutor success stories include showing a client how to use a voice-to-text translator, helping a business owner prepare a professional PowerPoint, and assisting a parent with creating a child’s yearbook entry in Word.

Although the service is not currently available for Mac users, it is available in both English and Spanish. To reserve a spot, call 733-2164 ext. 238 or email . For a session in Spanish, call 733-2164 ext. 237 or email . The library also offers up to 24 introductory computer classes a month on everything from blogging to Excel. Click on the Calendar tab to see the full slate of classes.