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How to Register to Vote

1. Get the voter registration form.

Download and print the Wyoming Voter Registration Form or call (307) 777-5860 to have one sent to you by mail.

Get the form


2. Fill out the form

You must fill out the form in front of a notary or a person authorized to administer oaths

Step 1 · Check a box to indicate if you’re submitting a new voter application, or submitting a name change or other change to your current registration

Step 2 · Provide your full name, birthday, and date you moved to the county where you live

Step 3 · Provide your Wyoming driver’s license number. If you don’t have one, check the box and provide the last 4 digits of your Social Security number. If you don’t have either a Social Security number or a driver’s license number, check the box appropriate box

Step 4 · Provide your residential and mailing addresses

Step 5 · (Optional) Provide your gender, email address, whether you’re interested in being an election judge, and whether you need any assistance in voting

Step 6 · Choose your political party or check the box for “unaffiliated”

Step 7 · (If applicable) Provide your previous name and/or address

Step 8 · Date and sign the form

Step 9 · Present ID to the notary or other person authorized to administer oaths. Acceptable forms of ID are:

1 of the following:

  • Valid Wyoming driver’s license
  • Other state driver’s license
  • A local, state or federal ID
  • US passport
  • School ID
  • Military ID

Or, 2 of the following:

  • Certificate of US citizenship or naturalization
  • Draft record
  • Voter registration card from another state or county
  • Certified copy of birth certificate with an official seal
  • Certificate of birth abroad issued by US State Department
  • Other form of ID issued by an official agency

Step 10 · The notary or person authorized to administer oaths must also sign and date the form


3. Send the form.

Your completed form must be received by Oct 25 and sent along with a photocopy of the ID or IDs you showed to the notary your county clerk’s office at the address listed on the form.


Check if you’re registered to vote

Call your county clerk’s office

1. Get the voter registration form.

Get the form at your county clerk’s office.


2. Fill out the form

Step 1 · Check a box to indicate if you’re a submitting a new voter application, or submitting a name change or other change to your current registration

Step 2 · Provide your full name, birthday, and date you moved to the county where you live

Step 3 · Provide your Wyoming driver’s license number. If you don’t have one, check the box and provide the last 4 digits of your Social Security number. If you don’t have either a Social Security number or a driver’s license number, check the box appropriate box

Step 4 · Provide your residential and mailing addresses

Step 5 · (Optional) Provide your gender, email address, whether you’re interested in being an election judge, and whether you need any assistance in voting

Step 6 · Choose your political party or check the box for “unaffiliated”

Step 7 · (If applicable) Provide your previous name and/or address

Step 8 · Date and sign the form. You must sign the form in front of a registry agent at the county clerk’s office.


3. Return the form.
  • Submit the form by Oct 25 at your county clerk’s office
  • You can also register on Election Day, Nov 8 at your polling place, and betweenOct 26 and Nov 7 when you request and vote by in-person absentee at your county clerk’s office.

Check if you’re registered to vote

Call your county clerk’s office

Registration requirements

  • Be a US citizen
  • Be 18 years old by Election Day, Nov 8
  • Live at a Wyoming address
  • If convicted of a felony, have had your civil or voting rights restored
  • Not currently judged incompetent by a court
Mail
October 25

In Person
November 8

How to Vote

Vote early
September 29–November 7

Bring a form of accepted ID, if required.


Vote on Election Day
Nov 8

Polls are open 7 AM–7 PM. If you’re in line at your polling location by 7 PM, you’re allowed to vote.

Bring a form of accepted ID, if required.


Who can vote early

Any voter registered in Wyoming can vote early in person

Who can vote by mail

Any voter registered in Wyoming can vote early by mail.


1. Request your absentee ballot

Call or e-mail your County Clerk’s Office to request an absentee ballot by Nov 7

If you request your absentee ballot by email, be sure to include your:

  • Name
  • Birthday
  • Current address
  • A statement saying that you’re eligible to vote in Wyoming
  • Address where you want your ballot to be mailed
  • The election you want an absentee ballot for

2. Vote
  • Once you receive your ballot, follow the instructions to fill out the ballot and return envelope
  • Attach a copy of an accepted form of ID, if required
  • Mail your completed ballot to the address on the return envelope so it’s received no later than 7 PM on Election Day, Nov 8
  • Check the status of your ballot through your county on soswy.state.wy.us
Absentee ballot received by
November 8

Vote early
September 29–November 7

Bring a form of accepted ID, if required


Vote on Election Day
November 8

Polls are open 7 AM–7 PM. If you’re in line at your polling location by 7 PM, you’re allowed to vote.

Bring a form of accepted ID, if required.

Voting requirements
  • Be registered to vote in Wyoming. Call your county clerk’s office to check if you’re registered.
  • Be a US citizen
  • Be 18 by Election Day, Nov 8
  • Live at a Wyoming address
  • Not convicted of a felony, or if you have been, have had your civil or voting rights restored
  • Not currently judged mentally incompetent by a court
  • Not be registered to vote in any other state

In person ID requirements

Before Election Day
If you registered to vote by mail and are voting in Wyoming for the first time, be sure to bring your Wyoming driver’s license, Wyoming state ID card, or a current utility bill, bank statement, government check, paycheck, or government document that shows your name and address when you vote

Election Day
If you’re already registered, you don’t need to show ID to vote

If you’re registering to vote on Election Day, be sure to bring one of the following:

  • Wyoming driver’s license
  • Different state or US territory driver’s license
  • ID card issued by a local, state or federal government or agency
  • US passport
  • Photo ID card issued by the University of Wyoming, a Wyoming Community College, or a Wyoming Public School
  • US Military ID
  • ID Card issued to a dependent of a member of the US Armed Forces
  • An ID card issued by the governing body of the Eastern Shoshone tribe of Wyoming or Northern Arapahoe tribe of Wyoming

By mail ID requirements

If you’re not voting for the first time in Wyoming, you don’t need to provide ID to vote by mail

If you registered to vote by mail and are voting in Wyoming for the first time, be sure to enclose a copy your Wyoming driver’s license, Wyoming state ID card, or a current utility bill, bank statement, government check, paycheck, or government document that shows your name and address when you return your ballot.

Frequently Asked Questions

You do not need to provide ID if you have already voted in Wyoming at least once. If you are a first time Wyoming voter, and you did not include your ID with your voter registration form, you must include a copy of your ID with your absentee ballot application.Acceptable forms of ID include: One of the following: a driver’s license from any state; an ID card issued by a local, state or federal agency; a US passport; a school ID; or a military ID; orTwo of the following: Certification of US Citizenship; Certificate of Naturalization; Draft Record; voter registration card from another state or county; original or certified copy of a birth certificate bearing an official seal; certification of birth abroad issued by the Department of State; or any other form of identification issued by an official agency.
You may apply for an absentee ballot at any time during the calendar year in which the election is held, except on election day.