No. However, if you’re planning on registering to vote at the polls, which is common in Wyoming, you’ll need your ID to register.
How will I know if my absentee ballot—or ballot request—was received?
Call your local county clerk. Typically, your ballot should arrive in the mail 5 – 7 days after you request it.
Once you mail your ballot back, you can also call to check whether they received it, which might also take 5 – 7 days.
When’s the latest I can mail in my absentee ballot?
Mail-in ballots must be received by your local county clerk prior to Election Day in order to count. So, while there are a few variables when you consider the speed of the post office, it’s best to send yours in at least five days in advance. Three is definitely pushing it. The sooner, the better! If you think it might be too late to mail in your ballot but you can get it to the county clerk’s office yourself, you can drop it off there any time before 7 p.m. on election day.
Still have questions or problems voting?
Contact your local county clerk first. If they cannot help, contact [email protected] with the subject line “Voting question” and we’ll see what we can do.