At all levels of government, elected officials in Wyoming make daily decisions that impact our public lands, wildlife, climate, and communities — now and for future generations. And while big-ticket national races tend to get most of the attention, you’re more likely to be directly affected by the work of your local state legislator or county commissioner.
On Tuesday, Nov. 8, make sure your values are being represented by heading to the polls for Election Day.
Here’s what you need to know if you’re voting in Wyoming’s 2022 general election:
- Double check your polling place. It may have changed recently, or could have been temporarily relocated in 2020 due to the pandemic. CHECK HERE
- Bring your ID. Wyoming voters are now required to show a valid form of identification when voting. State, Tribal, military, and Wyoming student ID cards are all acceptable. LEARN MORE
- Register to vote. You can register at your polling place on Election Day and vote immediately. A poll worker will make sure your registration is up to date. Again, just remember to bring your ID.
- Deliver your absentee ballot before polls close. Absentee ballots must be received before the polls close or they will not be counted. If you haven’t mailed your absentee ballot already, you can drop it off in person at your county clerk’s office or designated drop box before polls close at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 8.
Now’s a great time to make a plan to vote and put a reminder on your calendar. For answers to any questions about participating in the election, visit letsvotewyo.org or contact your county clerk’s office.
Thanks for voting!