Welcome to the League of Women Voters of Wyoming

The League of Women Voters of Wyoming (LWVWY) is one of the most respected organizations in the state of Wyoming! Our members engage in rigorous and stimulating study and discussion about governmental and public policy issues. Members are actively involved in the political process, maintaining a nonpartisan position, to fulfill our mission:

The LWVWY is a nonpartisan, grass root organization working to: The LWVWY: Membership in the League of Women Voters of Wyoming is open to all people age 16 or older We invite you to learn more about us by exploring our website. Please contact us if you want further information.

Nancy Lockwood
President, League of Women Voters of Wyoming

On recent supreme court opinion leak regarding abortion

The League of Women Voters US has issued an official press release on the recent leak of supreme court decision over Dobbs v. Jackson. Read it here.

2022 Convention was held in Lander

Saturday, April 30, and Sunday, May 1

Join us there. Download the Call to Convention.

Wyoming Elections 2022

The 2022 elections are approaching fast. We encourage anyone who wants to take civic engagement to the next level to consider running for local public office!

Information is available on this year's elections at the Wyoming Secretary of State's elections web page.

The Wyoming legislature has approved a redistricting plan. It can be viewed at their official website.

Election Security

The League of Women Voters of Wyoming believes that voting is a fundamental right that must be supported and protected. We oppose legislation limiting those rights that discourage voting, add expense, and create unnecessary barriers. Voter fraud is not occurring in Wyoming.

Wyoming election are secure:

There is no evidence of voter impersonation.

There is no evidence that current absentee voting laws, use of ballot drop boxes or early voting have resulted in any significant abuse.

Restriction on voter choice of party affiliation eliminate options and discourage voting.

Secretary of State Ed Buchanan on security of Wyoming elections: https://sos.wyo.gov/Elections/Security/

Making Democracy Work Award

The League of Women Voters of Wyoming will be soliciting nominations for its 2022 Making Democracy Work Award in the coming months.


Although the League of Women Voters does not support candidates or parties, we take positions on issues after we study them. See positions relating to voting and good government on the Elections and Government page, and other positions on the Issues page.

Election Materials

See our past Legislative Reports, recordings of candidate forums, and past Voter Guides on the Elections and Government page.

Voting Methods

See the Elections and Government page for a video of our presentation. We joined a concurrence with other leagues on improving voting processes at Convention 2020.