If you think you might be registered to vote, but you’re not sure, call your local county clerk.
Request a mail-in “absentee” ballot by calling or emailing your local county clerk or mailing in an absentee ballot request form. Then do your research on the candidates, fill out your ballot, and send it in before election day! All ballots must be received by 7 p.m. on Nov. 3, so we recommend mailing it at least 5 days early or dropping it off at the county clerk’s office.
Vote at your local county clerk’s office up to 40 days before the primary or general election. Call ahead of time to learn about COVID-related changes and options such as curbside voting.
Many Wyoming counties have reduced the number of open polling places due to COVID-19. Find your polling place here so you know where to go on election day!
Primary vs. General: What’s the difference?
Primary elections narrow the field of candidates by allowing members of each political party to choose who will advance to the general election. You must be a registered member of a political party to vote in that party’s primary. You may vote in non-partisan races if you are unaffiliated with a political party.
The general election determines who will ultimately serve in office. You do not have to be registered with any political party to vote in the general election.
|Early voting (in person or by mail)||Election Day|
|Wyoming primary||July 2 – Aug. 17||Aug. 18|
|U.S. general election||Sept. 18 – Nov. 2||Nov. 3|