If you have missed the voter registration deadline, you can still register to vote and a cast a ballot at the same time during early voting or on Election Day. Simply go to your regular polling place or early voting site to register and vote. Contact your Local Election Office for questions about the process or identification requirements.
To register in Wyoming you must:
be a citizen of the United States
be 18 years old by General Election Day
be a resident of the State of Wyoming
not be currently adjudicated mentally incompetent
not have been convicted of a felony, or if convicted have had your voting rights restored
Note that you must re-register to vote if you did not vote in the last general election.
Wyoming does not accept the National Voter Registration Form so please do not use our Register to Vote Tool to register to vote in Wyoming.
Wyoming prefers that people register to vote in person at the County Clerk’s office.
If this isn’t possible, print out the Wyoming Voter Registration form and fill it out in front of a notary. That part is really important! Your Wyoming Voter Registration Form MUST be notarized. Print clearly, using a black or blue ink pen (not felt tip).
Sign the voter registration oath on the form and have the notary or registered agent sign the form.
Make copies of the identification documents you showed to the notary.
Mail the voter registration form, along with the copies of your ID documents, to your County Clerk.
Note: Sending your form to any other office will delay your voter registration.
Mail your form as soon as possible. Voter registration closes two weeks prior to Election Day.
Follow up with your County Clerk about any questions you may have about your registration or requests for absentee ballots. See http://soswy.state.wy.us/Elections/CountyClerks.aspx for contact details.
Wyoming absentee ballots
By Mail: 1 day before Election Day, but we recommend applying at least 7 days before Election Day.
Any registered Wyoming voter may apply for an absentee ballot and vote by mail.
Once you receive the ballot, carefully read and follow the instructions.
Sign and date where indicated.
Mail your voted ballot back to the address indicated on the return envelope.
Your voted ballot must arrive by the deadline or it will not be counted.
Wyoming early voting
40 days before Election Day.
1 day before Election Day.
Wyoming voter ID
If you’ve voted in Wyoming before or if you’re voting for the first time after registering in person, you don’t need to show ID to vote.
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.
If you’re registering to vote on Election Day, be sure to bring one of the following to register:
Wyoming driver’s license
Different state or US territory driver’s license
ID card issued by a local, state or federal government or agency
Photo ID card issued by the University of Wyoming, a Wyoming Community College, or a Wyoming Public School
US Military ID
If you don’t have any of the above, you must bring two of the following to register:
Certification of US citizenship or naturalization
Voter registration card from another state
Original or certified copy of brith certificate bearing an original seal
Certificate of birth abroad issued by the US State Department
Any form of ID ussed by an official agency
If you’ve voted in Wyoming before, 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 of 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.
Local Election Office: This is the government office responsible for running elections in your region. Theses are the best people to contact if you have any questions at all about voting in your state.