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Primary Election – Tuesday, August 18
General Election – Tuesday, November 3
HOW CAN I VOTE SAFELY DURING COVID-19?
Masks are encouraged but are not required for Laramie County voters.
See your voting options on our How Do I Vote page to help you decide how to vote during the pandemic. Vote safely at home with an absentee mail ballot, available to registered voters if requested by Mon., Nov. 2. If you choose to vote in person, our polling places are set up to promote social distancing. Our voting machines are ‘touch free’ using a disposable straw for voters to make their choices and machines are regularly sanitized. Our staff wear face coverings and hand sanitizer is available at every site. Voters are strongly encouraged to wear masks or face coverings while in line and when voting. Masks are available to voters who request them, but you are not required to have a mask to vote.
NEW VOTING EQUIPMENT!
Laramie County voters have new voting equipment for the 2020 elections—the ExpressVote Tabulator. The new equipment, certified by the Election Assistance Commission and the Wyoming Secretary of State, is user-friendly and offers the latest improvements for voters and to help safeguard our elections.
If you have questions about using this equipment, please don’t hesitate to contact the county clerk’s ofﬁce, or if you have questions on Election Day, locate your election judge.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
HOW DO I REGISTER TO VOTE:
Wyoming law allows you to register and vote on the same day during Early Voting and at any Vote Center on Election Day. Bring your Wyoming driver’s license and if you do not have one, bring a government-issued ID.
Click here to visit the Wyoming Secretary of State’s website for more detailed instructions on how to register to vote.
HOW DO I GET AN ABSENTEE (MAIL) BALLOT:
WHAT'S ON MY BALLOT:
Click here to visit an interactive Laramie County map which allows you to easily search for ballot information!
RESTORATION OF VOTER RIGHTS:
Click here to visit the Wyoming Department of Corrections website where you will find detailed information on the restoration of voter rights.
UNTIL NEXT ELECTION
Contact Our Office
Do you have questions about the election process? Please don’t hesitate to contact our office.
KEY ELECTION DATES
TUESDAY, AUGUST 18
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 3
PRIMARY ELECTION: JULY 2 - AUGUST 17
GENERAL ELECTION: SEPTEMBER 18 - NOVEMBER 2
STATE, COUNTY & MUNICIPAL OFFICES
NOMINATION BY PRIMARY
MAY 14 - MAY 29
SCHOOL, COLLEGE, AND SPECIAL DISTRICTS:
AUGUST 5 - 24
MINOR & PROVISIONAL PARTY CANDIDATES
DEADLINE: AUGUST 17
INDEPENDENT CANDIDATE DEADLINE: