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Tomorrow's Special Election will decide on the City's new form of government

Tomorrow's Special Election will decide on the City's new form of government

Tomorrow, polls are open on a special election ballot for Cheyenne residents to decide on whether city government will continue with the mayor-city council form of government, or adopt a new city administrator. The election will allow city residents to vote "yes" or "no" on a Charter Ordinance approved by the City Council to reassign some of the mayor's powers and duties to an executive that will be hired and supervised by the council. These powers and duties for reassignment include planning, drawing up the budget and the hiring, job assignments, and salaries of city employees. People may register at the polls open from 7:00 a.m. until 7:00 p.m. *Any qualified voter may vote or register and vote at any of the nine locations:* - David Romero Youth Activity and Community Center -- 1317 Parsley Boulevard - Storey Gym --- 2811 House Avenue - Cheyenne-Kiwanis Community House – 4603 Lions Park Drive - Cheyenne Berean Church – 5716 Powderhouse Road - North Christian Church – 2015 Tranquility Road - Cheyenne Alliance Church – 5200 Ridge Road - First Congregational Church – 3501 Forest Drive - VFW #1881 – 2816 E. 7th Street - Cheyenne Hills Church – 7505 U.S. Highway 30 To register to vote in Laramie County, a person must meet the following qualifications: - Must be 18 years of age on Election Day - Must be a resident of Laramie County and the precinct in which you register - Must withdraw voter registration from any other jurisdiction, if applicable - Must not be a convicted felon or adjudicated mentally incompetent - Must present a valid photo i.d. #shortgo