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Election 2019

Fire District #1 Bond Election
Tuesday, Nov. 5, 2019
Polls open 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.

Eligible voters in Fire District #1 may vote at:
Laramie County Fire District #1
207 E. Allison Road
Cheyenne, WY  82007

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Election proclamation1What is this election about?

1. Laramie County Fire District #1 proposes to purchase fire trucks and firefighting equipment to equip the District's new fire station to be constructed at Archer, and replace older trucks and equipment at the District's fire stations on Allison Road and Terry Ranch Road, and to make needed improvements to those two existing fire stations.  The number of businesses and residents residing in the District has grown and the board of directors of the District has determined that the firefighting equipment and the station improvements are necessary to adequately serve the fire protection and public safety needs of the District.

To pay for the costs associated with the equipment purchases and station improvements, the District requests the authority to issue general obligation bonds in an aggregate principal amount not to exceed $3,100,000 bearing a maximum rate or rates of interest not to exceed 3.5% per annum and to mature within six (6) years of their respective dates.  The bonds will be payable from ad valorem property taxes levied against all taxable property in the District in amounts sufficient to pay the principal of and interest on the bonds in each year, and the bonds would be sold on such terms and conditions as the District may determine.  The tax will expire when the bonds have been fully paid. 

2. Who can vote in this election? 

You must be a registered voter living within the boundaries of Fire District #1.  Fire District #1 serves the area south of the City of Cheyenne to the Colorado border and encompasses Precincts 4-8, 4-9, 5-1, 5-4, 7-1, and 7-4. 

To find out if you are registered and if you live within Fire District #1, call the Election Office at (307) 633-4242.

See the map of Fire District #1

3. Live within Fire District #1, but aren't registered to vote? 

Three choices:  1) You can register at the Clerk's Election office, 309 W. 20th St., Cheyenne, 2) register at the polls on Election Day, or 3) mail your notarized voter application (with a copy of your ID) to the County Clerk.  For registration requirements, see http://soswy.state.wy.us/Elections/RegisteringToVote.aspx.

4. Can I vote by absentee ballot?

Yes, registered voters eligible to vote in this election may request an absentee ballot until Nov. 4.   Call the Election office at (307) 633-4242 or email election@laramiecountyclerk.com .  Give us your name, date of birth, and address, and we will mail you a ballot.  You may also pick up a ballot in the Election Office from Sept. 26 through Nov. 4 (the day before the Election).   To make sure your vote counts, return your ballot to the Election office not later than 5:00 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 5. 

5. For more information on Fire District #1, visit: 

https://www.lcfd1.com/
Or call (307) 632-1696


 

Elections 2020

Primary Election - Tuesday, August 18

General Election - Tues., Nov. 3

My Voting District & Elected Officials
 

Key dates (coming soon)

3 ways to vote

  1. Absentee / mail ballot: Registered voters can request absentee ballots in an election year as early as
    January 1. Absentee ballots may be requested at any time but not on the day of the election. To request an absentee ballot(s) - Call Elections at (307) 633-4242 or email election@laramiecountyclerk.com. Give us your name, date of birth, residence address in Laramie County, and address where you want your ballot(s) mailed.

  2. Early voting: Vote early in the Atrium of the Laramie County Governmental Complex. Early voting begins 45 days prior to an election and ends the day before the election.

  3. Vote Center on Election Day: Vote at any Vote Center in the County on Election Day. You do not have to go to an assigned precinct to vote.

Frequently Asked Questions

Who may register & vote:

  • 18 years of age by Election Day
  • U.S. citizen
  • Laramie County resident and resident of the precinct in which they register
  • Not convicted of felony unless voting rights have been restored
  • Not currently adjudicated mentally incompetent

Registering to vote:

  • Visit the Laramie County Clerk's Election Office or your town clerk in Albin, Burns or Pine Bluffs. Bring your valid Wyoming driver's license or Wyoming ID card. Don't have a Wyoming license or ID? See the list of other acceptable documents at: http://soswy.state.wy.us/Forms/Elections/General/VoterRegistrationForm.pdf
  • Visit any Vote Center on Election Day. Bring your valid Wyoming driver's license or Wyoming ID card. If you do not have one of these documents, bring a valid, government-issued photo ID.
  • Register by mail: Download the Voter Registration Form and follow the instructions. Sign the registration oath in the presence of a Notary or Registry Agent and have the Notary/Agent sign the form. Mail the form and a copy of your ID to the Laramie County Clerk's Office, PO Box 608, Cheyenne, WY 82003.

Voting by Absentee (mail) ballot:
You must be a registered voter to get an absentee ballot. Question on your registration status? Call (307) 633-4242 or write election@laramiecountyclerk.com

When you request an absentee ballot, give us your name as listed on the voter registration roll; date of birth, Laramie County residential address, and the address where you want your ballot mailed.

  • By Phone - Call the Election Office at (307) 633-4242;
  • By Email (put Absentee Ballot in subject line) - election@laramiecountyclerk.com ;
  • By Mail - Laramie County Clerk - Elections, 309 W 20th St., Cheyenne, WY 82001

Make Your Vote Count. Absentee ballots must be returned to the Clerk's office not later than 7:00 p.m. on Election Day. Ballots arriving after the deadline will not be counted. Mailing within Laramie County may take seven (7) days, longer if mailed from outside the county.

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