Voter Registration Requirements

  • You need to be a United States citizen.
  • You need to be 18 or older on Election Day.
  • You need to be a bona fide resident of Wyoming.
  • You can't be currently adjudicated a mentally incompetent person.
  • You can't have been convicted of a felony, or if you have been, you need to have had your civil or voting rights restored.
  • If you're a first-time voter who registers by mail, you're required to submit proof of identification either at the time of registration or when you vote. You can include a copy of your identification with your registration form today! Acceptable forms of ID include: a current utility bill, bank statement, valid photo ID, government check, paycheck, or other government document that shows your name and address.
  • Don't forget -- your state may have additional ID requirements when you go to the polls.


    If you have additional questions about voting in Wyoming, please contact:

    Wyoming Secretary of State, Elections Division: (307)-777-5680; elections@wyo.gov

Registration Deadline

  • Received by: 14 days before Election Day.
  • Same Day/Election Day registration: Yes.

Felony Information

Under Wyoming law, if you have been convicted of a felony, you may apply to the Wyoming Board of Parole to have your right to vote restored if you meet these qualifications:

  • Only one felony conviction (or more than one felony arising out of the same occurrence or course of events)
  • A non-violent crime
  • You completed your sentence more than five years ago
  • If you have been convicted of a felony, and you don't meet those qualifications, but have completed your sentence or a probationary period, you may apply to the governor for a pardon or restoration of your rights. For more information on voting rights, visit the Wyoming Board of Parole's website.

Information for Students

  • You must be a resident of the state in which you register and vote. If you're a student from Wyoming who attends school in another state, you may need to determine whether you're a Wyoming resident or a resident of the state where you attend school. The important thing to keep in mind is that you may only cast your vote in one state.
  • Here's what Wyoming says about residency: Wyoming law defines residence as the fixed place where you currently live, and to which, whenever you're away, you intend to return. You do not have residence in a place where you have come for temporary purposes only and without the intention of making it your home.
  • If you determine you're a Wyoming resident, but will not be present in this state or will be away from your home district on Election Day, be sure to check the absentee ballot application requirements and deadlines. In addition, Wyoming residents who attend school in-state, but in a different election district, may be eligible to register and vote in the election district where they live while attending school.
  • To determine whether you're a resident of a different state where you attend school, be sure to check that state's residency requirements.

Identification Information

Most voters do not need to show any form of identification (including a registration card) when voting at the polls. A voter who has registered by mail and is voting in his or her first Wyoming federal election, in person or by mail, must submit identification (or, if by mail, a copy of this identification).

Acceptable forms of ID are either:

  • Wyoming driver's license; or
  • Different state's driver license; or
  • ID card issued by a local, state or federal agency; or
  • U.S. passport; or
  • School ID; or
  • Military ID
OR

Any two of the following:

  • Certification of U.S. Citizenship; or
  • Certificate of Naturalization; or
  • Draft Record; or
  • Voter registration card from another state or county; or
  • Original or certified copy of a birth certificate bearing an official seal; or
  • Certification of birth abroad issued by the Department of State; or
  • Any other form of identification issued by an official agency

Same Day Registration

Yes

Early Voting Information


In Wyoming, you don't have to wait until Election Day to vote. You can skip Election Day lines and vote early at a time that's convenient for you.


Vote Early in Person


All voters in Wyoming can vote in person before Election Day at County Clerks' offices from now until 5:00pm prior to Election Day.

Vote Early by Mail


You can also vote before Election Day by completing an absentee ballot and submitting it by mail.

First, call or e-mail your County Clerk's office and request an absentee ballot. Your County Clerk's office must receive your request by Election Day.

Your County Clerk's office must receive your completed absentee ballot by 7:00pm on Election Day.


Secretary of State