County clerk offices are observing public health best practices. But they remain open and available to conduct voter registration in a “new normal” environment. Contact your local county clerk for more information.
What counts as a valid ID when I register to vote?
Best option: Wyoming driver’s license. If you have a valid Wyoming driver’s license, you need to use it to register to vote.
Other options: If you don’t have a valid Wyoming driver’s license, you’ll need the last four digits of your Social Security Number and one of these…
– U.S. passport
– Driver’s license from another state
– Any other government-issued ID
– A tribal ID
– Photo ID card from the University of Wyoming or other Wyoming college or school
If you live here, you can vote here. There is no minimum time requirement for residency in Wyoming before being eligible to vote. You just can’t vote in the same election in another state.
Can I vote in Wyoming if I go to school here but I’m from out of state?
Yes. Absolutely. You can register to vote in Wyoming with your current address—even if it’s temporary—while attending school.
Registering by mail
Where can I print and photocopy if I don’t have a printer?
Try your local public library, college library, FedEx, or office supply stores. You can take a picture of your ID with your phone or camera if you don’t have access to a scanner.
How do I find a “notary public” to notarize my application?
Many places where you can copy and print also offer notary services—such as the UPS Store and many public libraries. Most banks and credit unions will offer notary services, and if they offer drive-through service you can get your documents drive-through notarized!
If you go to someplace like the UPS Store, you can print your registration application, photocopy your ID, and mail everything to the county clerk’s office from there!
How will I know if my mail-in application was accepted?
Call your local county clerk a week after you send your application in. Hopefully, they’ll contact you if there’s any problem with your registration, but with the influx of mail this year it’s a good idea to call.
How do I register to vote if I’m experiencing homelessness?
On your registration form, identify a place of residence such as a street corner, park, shelter, or any place that you usually stay as your voting address. If possible, provide an address where you can receive mail, such as a shelter or advocacy organization.
Can I vote if I’ve been convicted of a felony?
First time non-violent offenders who were released after January 1, 2010, and have completed their supervision have their voting rights automatically restored. Non-violent offenders released prior to January 1, 2010, must apply for restoration online on the Wyoming Department of Corrections website.