Election Day is November 5

  • October 8                    First day of absentee voting
  • October 21                  Deadline for voter registration (same-day registration is available at polls)
  • November 4                Deadline to request an absentee ballot
  • November 5                Deadline for election authority to receive absentee ballot
  • November 5                Election Day


To register to vote in Wyoming, you must:

  • Be 18 years of age on Election Day
  • Be a U.S. Citizen
  • Be a resident of Wyoming and the precinct in which you register
  • Provide your valid Wyoming driver’s license
    • If you do not have your current valid driver’s license with you, you must provide the number and additional acceptable identification as noted here
    • If you have not been issued a Wyoming driver’s license or yours is expired, you must provide:
      • A statement to that effect (on the Wyoming registration application)
      • The last four digits of your social security number; and
      • Additional acceptable identification.
  • Not convicted of a felony, or if convicted, has had civil or voting rights restored
  • Not be adjudicated mentally incompetent

If you have neither a valid Wyoming driver’s license nor a social security number, please indicate this by checking the appropriate box on the Voter Registration Application form and contact your county clerk.


How to register to vote:

  • Visit your county clerk’s website to find locations in your county where you may register in person.
  • If you cannot register in person at any of your county’s locations, you may register by mail. The following items are required when mailing in your registration application to your county clerk’s office:


Voter ID Requirements

Wyoming voters will be required to show an acceptable form of identification when voting in person. There are many ID options for you to use to prove your identity. Any of the following documents will be accepted:

  • WY Driver’s License or ID Card
  • Tribal ID Card
  • Valid US Passport
  • US Military Card
  • DL or ID Card from Another State
  • University of Wyoming Student ID
  • Wyoming Community College Student ID
  • Wyoming Public School Student ID
  • Valid Medicare Insurance Card
  • Valid Medicaid Insurance Card
  • Valid Wyoming Concealed Firearm Permit

If you do not have one of the documents in the list above, you may obtain a free Wyoming Identification Card from your local Driver Services office. Click here to find your nearest office.

Voters who mail in their absentee ballot are not required to provide any additional form of identification.

Visit VoteRiders for more information on voter ID requirements in Wyoming.


Absentee Voting

Any registered voter in Wyoming may request an absentee ballot for any or all elections within a calendar year. You can request an absentee ballot:

Ballots may be returned to the county clerk in the following ways:

  • In Person – Bring your completed absentee ballot in the signed envelope to your county clerk’s office.
  • By Mail – Mail your completed absentee ballot in the provided envelope to your county clerk’s office. (Mail delivery within the county may take up to seven (7) days, and longer if you’re mailing your ballot from outside the county.)


Early In-Person Voting

Voters may cast their ballot stating 28 days ahead of Election Day at early voting sites. For more information on times and locations contact your county clerk.




Tribes in Wyoming

Federally recognized tribes

  • Northern Arapaho Tribe of the Wind River Reservation
  • Eastern Shoshone Tribe of the Wind River Reservation

State recognized tribes

  • None


Native Vote Coordinators

Sign up to be a local Native Vote coordinator today!


Major Party Contact Information

Chair, Joe Barbuto


Chair, W. Frank Eathorne

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