In Wyoming, we choose to exercise our right to vote, and in this election, you won’t have to choose between voting and health. Election Day safety measures during COVID-19 are in place. Use this site to learn about safety at the polls, to find out about voter registration and to learn about absentee voting. Let’s vote, Wyoming!
The polls will be open, ready and safe across the Cowboy State for General Election Day Nov. 3. To better accommodate for social distancing, spacing, staffing and cleaning, your polling locations may have changed temporarily, so verify your 2020 polling location by clicking below.
Election Day 2020 will be nearly identical to previous election days, but with an emphasis on safety precautions.
Surfaces, including voting booths and election equipment, will be cleaned frequently and thoroughly. Pens and styluses used for marking ballots will all be single-use.
Space markers on the floor will indicate where voters should stand. The space between voters might make lines look longer. But don’t panic! Lines will move at a steady pace with a flow designed to minimize physical contact and maximize privacy.
Poll workers and election judges will be provided with gloves and masks and stationed behind plexiglass barriers. Voters are encouraged to wear face coverings, but they are not required.
Registering to vote is simple, secure and safe. Minimize exposure by registering on Election Day at your polling location, or register anytime with your local county clerk. To vote, you must be 18 years old on Election Day, a U.S. citizen and a Wyoming resident.
If you’d rather skip the polls, absentee voting by mail is available anytime between now and Election Day. REMEMBER, to be counted, your mailed ballot must be received by your county clerk’s office no later than 7:00 p.m. on Election Day.
This year’s absentee voting process is the same process that Wyoming has trusted and used for decades. Every absentee ballot received is cross-checked against a voter’s registration.
Mail an application form to your county clerk
Email with “Absentee Ballot Request” in the subject line
Visit your county clerk’s office
OR Vote In-Person Absentee at an Absentee Polling Location or, if there is no absentee polling location, at your county clerk’s office up until Election Day!