The lines at the polls always tend to be longer during a presidential election year, but from now until election day you can cast your ballot early.
During last months primary election, over ten percent in Laramie County voted early at the Government Complex downtown. Jack Mueller has been working the polls for 10 years and anticipates turnout to triple leading up to the general election.
"I would imagine close to a third of the people who will vote either by paper or here in person by the time we close," Mueller said.
Thursday morning there was already a steady flow of voters ready to cast their ballot.
"Early access to the polls is fantastic. I love the fact that I can go down when my schedule allows on days when I might be in downtown Cheyenne," said Chris Allen.
"I decided since I was here at the courthouse and I saw the "Vote Here", I decided I'm going to do it now, beat the rush and get it done," said Maria Woods.
"We also work at the polls to and so we're going to be running the voting on November 6, so we try to come in early every year," said Emmett Owenby.
Everybody we talked to agreed it's much more convenient not to wait. During the last presidential election in 2008, Mueller says even the days leading up to election day were just as busy.
"We voted a thousand people a day toward the very end. So if people are going to vote early, don't wait till that last week because they'll have to wait a long time," Mueller said.
Polling downtown is open every weekday from 8:15 a.m. to 4:45 p.m. all the way up to November 6.