Wyoming absentee voting is underway. With absentee voting starting July 1, many ballots have already been provided to registered voters who have requested one.
In Wyoming, no reason is needed to request an absentee ballot. If you’d like to request an absentee ballot, you can do so by contacting your County Clerk’s Office by phone or in person or by filling out and mailing the form on the Secretary of State’s website.
If you are a new voter or there are changes needed to your registration such as name, address, party affiliation, etc., you must fill out a new registration form before you request an absentee ballot. The easiest way to do this is to go to your County Clerk’s office and bring your driver’s license. If you do not have a driver’s license, contact your county clerk’s office to learn about other acceptable identifications. A notary public must witness your signature; the staff at the county clerk’s office can do this
Registration or changes to your registration need to be made by August 1, unless you also complete a ballot at the same time. If you register or change your registration and complete a ballot in-person at the same time you can do so through August 15. You can also register or change your registration at your polling place on Primary Election Day, August 16.
The League of Women Voters provided questions to all candidates seeking state-wide or legislative office about issues important to Wyoming and related to the office they are seeking. Their responses can be found at Vote411.org. Wyoming Election information is available at the Wyoming Secretary of State’s website: https://sos.wyo.gov/elections/.
Please visit the Wyoming Secretary of State’s website for information about Election security: https://sos.wyo.gov/Elections/Security/
Let’s have the highest ever voter turnout on August 16!
Nancy Lockwood, President
League of Women Voters of Wyoming
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