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Find your polling place:

To find your polling place, simply input you address and hit the “Search” button. You can register at the polls, so this is step 1.

If you’re not sure what you need to register, read the section below.

(Voting Early? Click Here)


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Know your rights as a voter

 

FOR ANY AND ALL VOTING QUESTIONS YOU MAY CONTACT THE VOTER HOTLINE

(1-833-336-8683)

You can register at the polls on Election Day.

All you need is an address and a valid ID or your Social Security number. See below for more details.

Vote no matter what, even if it’s a provisional ballot

If you’re told you can’t vote a regular ballot and you’re in the correct precinct, try to correct the problem. If you’re not able to, ask for and cast a provisional ballot. Even if you are not able to register to vote on Election Day, you can still ask for and cast a provisional ballot.

Ask for a new ballot, if you make a mistake

Under federal law, you have a right to a new ballot if you make a mistake.

Bring your child into a polling place if you need to

You can always bring your child with you when you cast your ballot.

Bring a friend or family member for assistance

Under federal law, you can bring an assistant of your choice into the voting booth to help you vote. You can also ask for a poll worker to assist you.

Stay in line

If you arrive late in the day and are in line when polls close, stay in line because you have the right to vote.

Acceptable forms of identification for registering to vote

You may use a Wyoming Driver’s license, a passport, a tribal ID, a military ID, a student ID. If you do not have a photo ID you may also use the last four digits of your social security number.


Felons may have their voting rights restored

If you have been convicted of a felony, you may request to have your rights restored by contacting the Department of Corrections at 307-777-5983.


Federal law guarantees your right to cast a ballot even if someone says you are not eligible. If you are qualified to vote and registered in the jurisdiction, do not leave the polling place without at least casting a provisional ballot.