Election Day is Nov. 3, 2020. Wyomingites not registered by Election Day can register that day.
Verify your registration by clicking here. If you're wondering who is on your ballot and what you're able to vote for, click here to get more information.
Absentee voting (or vote by mail)
Voting absentee might be the best way for Wyomingites to safely and effectively participate in the political process during COVID-19. To vote absentee, you can request a ballot by sending in an absentee request form or by emailing your county clerk to get a form sent to you. When you get your ballot, fill it out immediately and mail it back the same day. Please note that the post marked date on your ballot/envelope doesn't have significance here, your ballot must be in the hands of the election official in enough time to deliver to the polling location on election day.
Voting in person or voting early
Find your polling place ahead of time to cast your ballot in person on Election Day. Wyomingites registered to vote in the General Election can vote early by mail or absentee.
Put these dates in your phone or write them down on a post-it
- Aug. 18: primary elections
- Sept. 18: absentee ballots start being mailed out to those who requested one
- Nov. 3: Election Day