You can register to vote in person at your County Clerk's office or by mail. If you are registering in person, please see the "Am I eligible to vote" section for required documents and information.
If you are registering via mail, you will need to complete the application and have the application notarized. If you need help finding a notary, contact us.
Yes! For absentee voting information, including for military families and residents living overseas, visit the WY Secretary of State's Absentee Voting page.
Each county sets up its own voting centers prior to each election. Check back closer to Election Day for polling place information.
Convicted felons may be eligible for restoration of their voting rights. Visit the Department of Corrections website for information on having your right to vote restored.
Wyoming is exempt from the "Motor Voter law" that allows for voter registration at the DMV because we offer same day voter registration. This means you can register to vote at your polling place on Election Day!