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Wyoming

Population

578,759

Voting-Age Pop.

432,284

Last Presidential Election (2016)
Clinton 22 %
Trump 70 %
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Important Dates

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Election Date

Nov 3, 2020

Registration Deadline

Oct 19, 2020

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USPS recommends mailing your ballot no later than October 27.

Source: USPS.com

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  • Online Registration

    No
  • Early Voting
    Yes
  • Same-Day Registration
    Yes
  • ID Required
    No

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Absentee/Mail-In Voting

You must be registered to vote in Wyoming to be eligible for receiving an absentee ballot.

Data source - sos.wyo.gov

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  • No, residents of Wyoming must register for an absentee ballot for the general election.

Mail Outline Icon Is this state automatically sending an absentee or mail-in ballot?

No, residents of Wyoming must register for an absentee ballot for the general election.

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  • Any registered voter in Wyoming may request an absentee ballot for any or all elections only within the calendar year in which the election is held - but not on the day of the election.

Request a ballot by: Nov 2

Any registered voter in Wyoming may request an absentee ballot for any or all elections only within the calendar year in which the election is held - but not on the day of the election.

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  • Sept 18: Mailed ballots will be sent 45 days before the election to all voters who have requested that an absentee ballot be mailed.

When will I receive my ballot?

Sept 18: Mailed ballots will be sent 45 days before the election to all voters who have requested that an absentee ballot be mailed.

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  • All absentee ballots must be received in the county clerk's office no later than 7pm on Election Day. Ballots arriving after the deadline will not be counted.

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All absentee ballots must be received in the county clerk's office no later than 7pm on Election Day. Ballots arriving after the deadline will not be counted.

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  • You do not need to provide a reason/excuse to vote absentee.

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You do not need to provide a reason/excuse to vote absentee.


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Early Voting

Can you vote early in this state?

Yes

Voters may register in person and cast an absentee ballot Oct 20 – Nov 2.


Same-Day Registration

Can you register on Election Day?

Yes

You may register and vote at the polls on Election Day.


Voter ID Requirements

Is an ID required to vote?

No

Wyoming does not require photo ID for voting. However, if you registered by mail and are voting in a federal election for the first time, you must show photo ID or a document that has both your name and residence address.


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Acceptable Forms of Identification

Make sure you're ready on Election Day with the appropriate forms of identification. Acceptable forms of ID are listed here.

Data source - sos.wyo.gov

Acceptable Forms of ID

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  • One Form:

    US passport; valid driver’s license or ID card issued by any state; ID issued by a federal, state or local government/agency; photo ID card issued by the University of Wyoming, a Wyoming community college or a Wyoming public school; United States Military ID; or ID card issued to a Dependent of a member of the United States armed forces

  • Two or More Forms:

    Certification of US citizenship; certificate of naturalization; US military draft record; voter’s registration card from another state or county; US Social Security card; certification of birth abroad issued by the department of state; original or certified copy of a birth certificate bearing an official seal; any other form of identification issued by an official agency of the US or a state

  • In Event of a Challenge:

    The following documents showing your name and address are acceptable proof of identity and residency: current utility bill; current bank statement; current government check; current paycheck; or any other current government document showing your name and address