While 2020 may be historically remembered as the "Year of COVID-19," it also should be as the year America regained its passion for the electoral process.
After decades of lamenting low voter turnout numbers after primary and general elections, Tuesday's presidential election has all the makings to be record-setting on many levels.
Thunder Basin High School student Kaitlynn McKinsey turned 18 just two weeks before the 2020 election, and will cast her first ballot in an election this year.
Republican Shelby Bachtold said she will once again vote for Donald Trump, considering a vote for him as a vote that will aid her family and energy-reliant Campbell County.
Lucas Fralick, a local Democrat and a national committeeman for the Wyoming Democratic Party, said President Donald Trump has done some good things during his time in office, but also hasn’t acted entirely as a president should.
First United Methodist Church Pastor Samara Jenkins looks out a window in her home Tuesday afternoon.
Tyson Olsen, 24, holds his 9-month-old son Alexander on the kitchen table Wednesday afternoon. Olsen said he will vote third-party this election as neither Trump nor Biden have swayed him.
James Pyke, who works as a service rig operator, is afraid that if former Democratic Vice President Joe Biden is elected as the 46th president, he will be out of a job.