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HOW DO I VOTE?
YOU CAN VOTE THREE DIFFERENT WAYS!
1. VOTE AT HOME – ABSENTEE / MAIL BALLOT:
Click here to learn how you can vote at home, no matter where ‘home’ is. You do not need to give a reason to request an absentee ballot.
Only registered voters can request an absentee ballot. Allow 10 days for your ballot to arrive in the mail. If it does not arrive after 10 days, contact the Election office at 307-633-4242 immediately. We will cancel your first ballot and send you another. If you misplace or damage your ballot, call the Election office at 307-633-4242 for a replacement.
Make your vote count: Follow the instructions on your absentee ballot. Sign the affidavit on the envelope. Deliver the ballot to our office or use our convenient 24/7, secure ballot drop box, located outside the Laramie County Governmental Complex on Carey Avenue, between 19th & 20th St. Absentee ballot drop boxes are also located in town clerk offices in Albin, Burns and Pine Bluffs. If you mail your ballot, allow at least 10 days for the ballot to reach our office before the Nov. 3 deadline for the General Election. Put a first-class or forever stamp on the envelope.
If you received an absentee ballot and later decide you want to vote in person, notify the Election Judge before voting that you want to cancel your absentee ballot. Please destroy the absentee ballot or surrender it at the Clerk’s office or at your polling place.
Military and overseas citizens not currently registered to vote: Use the Federal Post Card Application (FPCA) for temporary registration and absentee voting privileges.Send your FPCA by Oct. 9 to ensure your ballot request is processed in time. You can send your FPCA by email to firstname.lastname@example.org .
Military and overseas citizens can request to receive their absentee ballot by email. The ballot must be returned to the Clerk’s ofﬁce not later than 7:00 p.m. on Election Day. By directive of the Wyoming Secretary of State (2020-04), during the present and declared state of emergency related to COVID-19, the military and overseas voter may choose to return their ballot to the Clerk’s office by mail or by secure email.
2. EARLY VOTING:
You may cast your General Election ballot early and in person in the Atrium of the Laramie County Governmental Complex, 309 W 20th St., Sept. 18 through Nov. 2, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., except for County holidays. Follow the “Vote Here” signs to the Atrium and observe social distancing.
3. VOTE CENTERS ON ELECTION DAY:
You may vote at any Vote Center in the County on Election Day. You do not have to go to an assigned precinct.
You may click here to view an interactive map that allows you to view voting districts, voting places, and a sample ballot.
Simply enter your address in the ﬁeld on the right-hand side of the website, and select enter. If you would like to ﬁnd a vote center, select that option at the top of the page and enter your address again.
2020 Vote Centers on Election Day: 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
David R Romero Park, 1317 Parsley Blvd.
Storey Gym, 2811 House Ave.
Cheyenne Frontier Days Event Center, 1230 W. 8th Ave.
North Christian Church, 2015 Tranquility Rd.
Laramie Co. Community College, CCI Bldg., 1400 E College Dr.
Event Center at Archer, 2801 Archer Parkway
Pine Bluffs Community Center, 708 Lawson St.
4. WHAT’S ON MY BALLOT?
Click here to visit an interactive Laramie County map which allows you to easily search for your ballot information!
Read about the proposed amendment to the Wyoming Constitution: https://sos.wyo.gov/Elections/Docs/2020/2020_BallotIssues.pdf
In order to pass, an amendment must be approved by a majority of those voting in the General Election. So if you do not vote on the proposed amendment, the result is the same as a vote against the issue.
5. WHO ARE MY CURRENT ELECTED OFFICIALS?
You can view a list of current elected officials by using our interactive site. Just enter your address.
DID YOU KNOW?
YOU GET AN HOUR OFF TO VOTE!
Wyoming law allows persons entitled to vote one hour off to vote at any primary or general election. (Your meal hour does not count.)
The hour is at the convenience of your employer, between the time of opening and closing of the polls. The law does not apply to employees who have three or more consecutive nonworking hours during the time polls are open.
RESTORATION OF VOTING 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
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