ABOUT THIS STATE

Wyoming: The first state to give women the right to vote, to elect a woman governor, and to give the Sundance Kid his name and then throw him in jail for stealing a horse. What a ride! Don't be the first to f*ck up this incredible record and make sure you vote in 2022. Here's what you need to know in the Equality State.

Be A Voter

Key Dates

Sep 23 – Nov 7

Early Voting

Oct 20

Recommended Absentee/Mail-in Ballot Request Deadline

Oct 24

Voter Registration Deadline

Oct 25 – Nov 8

Same-Day Voter Registration

Nov 7

Absentee/Mail-in Ballot Request Deadline

Nov 8

Absentee/Mail-in Ballot Return Deadline

Nov 8

Election Day

Wyoming Voter Guide

  • How do I make sure I'm registered to vote?

    Go to votesaveamerica.com/be-a-voter. Go check right now, because it takes some time to get registered in Wyoming. If you're not registered, be sure to either go register in person at your County Clerk's office or fill out the Wyoming Voter Registration Form in front of a notary and mail it in to the County Clerk.

    Check yours now
  • Can I register the same day I want to vote?

    Yes, you can, from October 25th through Election Day. But why wait? Do it now!

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  • Can I vote by mail?

    Yes. No particular reason is required for a registered voter to vote by absentee ballot. To vote absentee by mail you must apply for a ballot with your county clerk or you can fill out absentee ballot request form.

    Request your ballot
  • Can I vote early?

    Yes! In this case called in-person absentee voting, it is available from from September 23rd to November 7th.

  • Do I need an ID to vote?

    Yes, yes you do if you're voting in person. A state driver's license, state ID card, military ID card, US passport, tribal ID, certificate of naturalization, state accredited college ID, a Medicare or Medicaid insurance card, or a receipt from the DMV saying your petition for an ID is in process -- all of those would work. Get all the details here from VoteRiders.

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  • How do I cast my ballot?

    If you are voting absentee, you can return your ballot by mail or in-person. For in-person voting, polling places will be open from 7am to 7pm, and you can find the polling place closest to you here.

    Find Your Polling Place

SINCE YOU LAST VOTED…

Since 2020, it’s become harder to cast your ballot in Wyoming. Here are the changes you need to pay attention to:

When casting your vote…

  • Wyoming has a new voter ID law, which means when voting in-person on Election Day, you’ll need either a driver’s license, a state ID card, a tribal ID, a passport, a military card, a Wyoming school ID, or a Medicare or Medicaid insurance card (say all of that five times fast). Otherwise, you’ll need to cast a provisional ballot and return with ID afterward.

Resources

  • Find the details on accessible voting in your state, including early voting, Election Day voting, mail voting, and accessible mail voting tools for people with print disabilities.

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  • If you run into any issues while voting, call 1-833-DEM-VOTE (1-833-336-8683), a voter hotline is monitored 24/7/365 with voting experts who are ready to field questions pertaining to felon disenfranchisement, voter purging, poll worker misconduct, voter machines, accessibility, and more.

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  • Need to show Voter ID? Not sure what kind? Get the specifics in your state here.

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