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After the ballot has been sealed and the envelope signed then you may either:
Yes your ballot will remain secret. On election day the Absentee Board meets to conduct the process of ensuring that all the envelopes are signed, and opening only those that are. The envelope is then opened and immediately added to the stack of other ballots to be counted, the ballots themselves are not inspected and once a ballot has been placed on the stack there is no way to identify whose ballot is whose.
If you do not have enough time to mail you ballot back then you can brink it back to the courthouse any time before the polls close at 7:00 pm on election day.
Wyoming does not have a voter intent law so if a ballot is read by the machine then that is the vote we must tally. A space with too many marks, such as what happens when someone marks an X through a mistaken vote, is called an "overvote" and your vote will not be counted in that contest.