The Wyoming primary elections are Tuesday. Polls will stay open through 7 Tuesday night, and any person in line by 7 will be given the chance to vote. Those who haven’t registered to vote before today may do so at the polls. By state law, employees who do not have three or more consecutive non-working hours during the times polls are open must be given one hour off to vote by their employer. The hour off shall not be a meal hour, but it may be selected at the convenience of the employer. Failure to allow employees time off to vote can result in a misdemeanor criminal charge being filed, with a possible fine of up to $1,000. Dixon and Savery Wyoming voters need to be aware that their polling place for the 2016 Wyoming primaries has been moved to the Valley Community Center in Baggs. If you have questions, contact information for the Carbon County Clerks Office is available in this story at KRAI.COM.