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HOW DO I VOTE?
YOU CAN VOTE THREE DIFFERENT WAYS!
1. VOTE AT HOME
Skip the lines, bad weather, and vote in the convenience of your home. Registered voters can request an absentee ballot each election year, beginning Jan 1. Absentee ballots cannot be requested on the day of the election. To request a ballot, visit or call our office (307) 633-4242, or email email@example.com (Subject: Absentee your name). Allow 7-10 days for your ballot to arrive and another 7-10 days for it to be returned to us.
Make your vote count. Follow the instructions that come with your ballot. Sign the affidavit on the envelope. Return it by mail, deliver it to our office, or use our convenient 24/7, secure ballot drop box, located outside the Laramie County Governmental Complex on Carey Ave, between 19th & 20th St. Ballots arriving after the deadline of 7 p.m. on Election Day will not be counted.
Military or Overseas Citizen not currently registered to vote? Use the Federal Post Card Application (FPCA) for temporary registration and absentee voting privileges. Absentee ballots are sent 45 days prior to an election. Send your FPCA at least three weeks prior to an election to ensure your request is processed in time. You can send your FPCA by email to firstname.lastname@example.org .
Ballots must be returned by mail and received in the Clerk’s ofﬁce not later than 7 p.m. on Election Day in order to be counted. Voted ballots cannot be returned by email.
2. VOTE EARLY – BRING YOUR VOTER ID
A popular option for many voters. Early voting starts 45 days before the election and ends the day before. Bring your ID and vote early in the Atrium of the Laramie County Governmental Complex, 309 W 20th St. Not yet registered? You can register during early voting.
3. ELECTION DAY – BRING YOUR VOTER ID
Classic voting at the polls. From 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., bring your voter ID and cast your ballot at any voter center in Laramie County. Choose the center most convenient to where you live, work, or happen to be. Not yet registered? You can do that on Election Day or before.
Find your nearest Vote Center, your district and precinct, view your ballot and see estimated wait times to vote (Election Day only) , enter your address on our interactive site: Precinct and Voter Info Interactive Map
Laramie County Vote Centers:
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, 3801 Archer Pkwy
Pine Bluffs Community Center, 708 Lawson St.
Voter Guide published by WY Secretary of State (available in 2022)
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
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Do you have questions about the election process? Please don’t hesitate to contact our office.
KEY 2022 ELECTION DATES
TUES, AUG 16
TUES, NOV 8
PRIMARY ELECTION: JULY 1 - AUG 15
GENERAL ELECTION: SEPT 23 - NOV 7
STATE, COUNTY & MUNICIPAL OFFICES
NOMINATION BY PRIMARY: TBD
SCHOOL, COLLEGE, AND SPECIAL DISTRICTS: TBD
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