- Location: Wyoming
Voter Registration in Wyoming
Voting is an inalienable right of turning 18 years old and being thrust into adulthood.
So why not sign up today? Here is the basic route to the ballot box.
Before you head out to register, make sure you're eligible to vote.
- You are a citizen of the United States.
- You are a citizen of Wyoming.
- You are 18 years old by Election Day.
- You are not a felon or have had your civil rights restored.
- If you take up residence in another county you need to re-register in that county.
- If you change your name or move to another precinct within the same county then you must contact the county clerk to make the update prior to the next election.
In Wyoming, you may register to vote in person, by mail, or at the polls on Election Day. Note that Wyoming is exempt from the Motor Voter law; therefore, you cannot register to vote at a local DMV office.
To register in person, visit your local town or county clerk and pick up a Voter Registration form. You may also fill out the Wyoming Voter Registration Application & Change Form before you visit the office, so as to save time when you get there. Note, however, that the form must be signed in front of your county clerk.
To complete your voter registration by mail, you must fill out the Wyoming Voter Registration Application & Change Form in front of a notary or registry agent. You'll need to provide proof of identification, which can include:
- Your WY driver's license.
- Valid U.S. passport.
- School or military ID.
Once you have filled out the registration form in front of the notary or registry agent:
- Sign the voter registration oath.
- Have the representative sign your form.
- Allow the representative to make copies of your proof of ID.
Mail the completed, signed, and notarized paperwork to your local county clerk's office.
At the Polls
If you haven't registered prior to Election Day, you can still register at the polls when you go to vote. Make sure to bring acceptable proof of identification that displays your full name and residence with you, such as your driver's license or U.S. passport.Other Topics in This Section