To vote in Wyoming, you must be registered. Simply pick up a voter registration application, fill it out.
May register at the polls on Election Day by providing documents establishing your identity and residency.
If you do not take advantage of election-day registration, you can register by mail or in person at the county clerk's office,but you must do so thirty days before the election (after January 1, 2011, you can submit your registration up to 14 days before the election).Can select party affiliation at the polls. Learn about Election Day Registration.
To register to vote in the State of Wyoming, an individual must meet the following qualifications:
You are a United States citizen;
18 years of age on Election Day;
Resident of Wyoming and the precinct in which you register;
Withdraw voter registration from any other jurisdiction, if applicable;
Present a valid Wyoming Driver License if you have one and if not; provide the last four digits of
your Social Security Number. (If you have neither, please indicate this on the Voter Registration Application form.)
Not been convicted of a felony, or if convicted, has had civil or voting rights restored.
In Wyoming, any qualified elector may apply for an absentee ballot at any time during a calendar year in which the election is held, but not on the day of the election.
Absentee ballots must be received by the county clerk no later than 7:00 p.m. on Election Day. Absentee ballots can be returned in person or by mail.
Voters can vote an absentee ballot:
In person in the office of the county clerk 40 days before an election.
By requesting an absentee ballot be mailed to them by either calling or emailing the county clerk. When requesting an absentee ballot, please provide your name, residence address, mailing address, and birth date or social security number. Once your information is verified, a ballot will be sent to you in the mail
Military and Overseas Voters may register to vote using the Federal Post Card Application (FPCA). Such registration is a temporary registration allowing the voter to be registered for one election cycle.
Students can establish residency in Wyoming if they have a present intention to remain at their Wyoming school address for the time being, and they intend to make it their principal home.Voting in Wyoming may be considered a declaration of residency, potentially making you subject to other laws that govern state residents.
Students who lived in Wyoming before moving elsewhere to attend school, and who wish to establish or keep their Wyoming voting residency, should have no problem doing so unless they have already registered to vote in another state. Like most states, Wyoming allows students to keep their voting residency even if they move out of the district to attend school, and the only way you will lose this residency is by establishing residency in a new state. While registering to vote in another state is not automatically considered an abandonment of your Wyoming residency, some judges or officials might view it as such. If you have established residency in another state and are moving back to Wyoming with the intent to reside here, you will have to follow the normal registration procedures to re-register in Wyoming.
Mover's Guide: Wyoming
Under federal law, if you move within 30 days of a presidential election, you are allowed to vote for President and Vice President in your former state of residence, either in person or by absentee ballot.
If you moved to Wyoming from another state, you must register in Wyoming to be able to vote.
You may register on Election Day by providing documents establishing your identity and residency.
If you do not take advantage of election-day registration, you can register by mail or in person at the county clerk's office,but you must do so thirty days before the election (after January 1, 2011, you can submit your registration up to 14 days before the election).
Wyoming permits voters who have not previously registered or who were registered at a prior address to register or re-register to vote and vote at their current polling place on Election Day.Many registered Wyoming voters who move are still entitled to cast a ballot that will be counted even if they did not notify the appropriate election official about their move before Election Day and the election official has not changed their registration.
If you moved to a new address that is covered by the same polling place as your old address, you can vote a regular ballot at that polling place after confirming your change of address at the polling place.
If you moved to a new address within the same county but with a different polling place, you are entitled to vote at the polling place associated with your new address.If you are challenged because your name is not on the poll list at your new polling place, you can vote if an election official gets confirmation from the county clerk that you are entitled to vote in that election within that county.
If you moved to a new address in a different county in the state, you can register and vote in person at your new polling place on Election Day.To register on Election Day you must provide acceptable documentation establishing your identity and residency.
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While we are working to give you up-to-date information, we urge you to be proactive! In order to ensure you have all the information you need before casting your vote, you should also check with your state and local election officials for information about additional requirements or regulations.
Please contact your local election office
for more detailed information about the laws concerning election dates,poll locations,
voter id requirements,absentee voting, voter registration,
name or address changes that would apply in your case.