President Obama's already won another four years, but until today Wyoming hadn't officially cast their ballot.
Wyoming's three presidential electors, Ron Micheli, Susan Thomas and Margaret Parry met in the Governor's office today, casting their three electoral votes for Republican nominee Mitt Romney and his VP Paul Ryan.
Under Wyoming law, they must vote for the candidate who won the state's general election.
While some may favor a popular vote, Micheli says the Electoral College is good for small states like Wyoming.
"There's still three votes involved out of the total numbers that allows us to still be on the screen for the national election so I think the Electoral College is still important especially for small states," Micheli said.