On Nov 4, 257,331  ballots were cast in Wyoming. 246,329  people voted for President.
Now, on average, 66% of registered voters voted in 49 states. However, Wyoming voters were so motivated that 105% voted!
Even more interesting (to me) is that of that 105% of registered voters, 11,002 didn't vote for President (4% of total votes).
Now, for a thought experiment. If Wyoming were actually in line with the rest of the country, the 246,329 ballots cast for President would be 66% of registrations. That gives a total registered roll of 373,225.
Now, assuming Wyoming is just like the rest of the country and Wyoming allows same-day registrations, 128,407 people would have had to show up at the polls yesterday, register to vote, and not vote.
Are you really still voting?