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Wyoming Voting Guide

Welcome to FindLaw's Wyoming Voter Guide. Here, we will answer your questions about voter registration, early voting, and absentee voting. We will also explain how to find your polling place, what to bring to the polls, and what to do if you see illegal activity at the voting locations.

Whether you’re a Democrat or Republican, the same voting rules apply. If you plan to vote in the next presidential or local election, you should know your state’s voting laws. This guide will come in handy as you prepare for the upcoming general election.

Am I eligible to vote in Wyoming?

You must meet specific requirements to vote in Wyoming elections.

The law requires that you:

  • Be 18 years old on Election Day
  • Be a U.S. citizen
  • Be a resident of Wyoming and the precinct where you registered to vote
  • Provide a valid form of identification

You cannot vote in a Wyoming election if:

  • The courts have ruled you mentally incompetent
  • You have a felony conviction, although the State may restore your voting rights

Contact your local election officials if you aren’t sure of your registration status.


Where Do I Vote?

Your voting location depends on where in Wyoming you live. The Wyoming Secretary of State's website has a Polling Place Locator you can use to find your local polling place.

How To Register in Wyoming

There are several ways to register to vote in Wyoming. This includes registering:

In Person

You can complete a Wyoming Voter Registration Form at your local Wyoming County Clerk's Office.

By Mail

You can download a Registration Form and mail it to your county clerk's office.

At the Polls

You can register to vote at the polls on Election Day. Use the Polling Place Locator to find your voting location. 

No Online/DMV

You cannot register to vote online in Wyoming, and you cannot register at Wyoming Driver License Offices.

Wyoming Voting Resources

Your vote counts. Take the time to learn how and when to vote.


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