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Wyoming Votes

In Wyoming, we choose to exercise our right to vote. In this election, we want you to have access to all the resources you need to vote. Use this site to learn about voting in person or absentee, voter registration, and the voter ID requirements. Let’s vote, Wyoming!

Polling Places

The polls will be open, ready, and secure across the Cowboy State for General Election Day on November 5th and Primary Election Day on August 20th. Some polling places have changed in the last couple of years, so verify your 2024 polling location by clicking below.

Registration Information

Register on Election Day at your polling location or with your local county clerk. To vote, you must be 18 years old on Election Day, a U.S. citizen, and a Wyoming resident. As a reminder, the deadline to change which political party you are voting for in the Primary Election was May 15th, 2024. However, you are able to vote for whichever party/candidate you’d like for the General Election on November 5th, 2024.

ID Requirements

Wyoming voters are required to show an acceptable form of identification when voting.
Valid forms of identification to vote are:

  • WY Driver’s License or ID Card
  • Tribal ID Card
  • Valid US Passport
  • US Military Card
  • DL or ID Card from Another State
  • University of Wyoming Student ID
  • Wyoming Community College Student ID
  • Wyoming Public School Student ID
  • Valid Wyoming Concealed Firearm Permit
  • Valid Medicare Insurance Card*
  • Valid Medicaid Insurance Card*

*Medicare and Medicaid insurance cards will no longer be an acceptable form of identification for voting purposes after December 31st, 2029.

Learn more about ID requirements here:

Absentee Voting

The Mail-in and in-person absentee voting period is now 28 days prior to the Primary and General Election. This does NOT affect UOCAVA absentee voting, which is still 45 days. Every absentee ballot received is cross-checked against a voter’s registration.

REMEMBER, to be counted, your ballot must be received by your county clerk’s office no later than 7:00 p.m. on Election Day.

See Something Suspicious or Concerning?

The Wyoming Secretary of State’s Office wants to ensure every citizen feels safe and secure with their vote. If you see something that doesn’t seem right there are three different options to report what you have seen.