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Our Homes, Our Votes, 

Our Wyoming    

Things You Need To Know: 

1. Registration Deadline:

  • The deadline for registering by mail to vote is (received by) Monday, October 19, 2020.

  • The deadline to register in-person to vote is Monday, November 2, 2020.

  • The deadline to request a ballot by mail is (received by) Monday, November 2, 2020.

  • The early voting period runs from Friday, September 18, 2020, to Monday, November 2, 2020, but dates and hours may vary based on where you live.

  • You can also register and vote on Election Day.

2. Polling Times:

7 a.m. to 7 p.m

3. Is Early Voting Available:

Yes, 40 days ahead

4. Can I Vote by Mail:

Yes, You can register here.

*All voters can vote by mail without an excuse *

5. ID Needed for Voting:

You are only required to show identification when registering to vote.

Forms of identification (one required)

  • Wyoming driver's license

  • A different state's driver's license

  • An ID card issued by a local, state or federal agency

  • A U.S. passport

  • School ID

  • Military ID

You can also show two of the following in any combination:

  • Certification of U.S. citizenship

  • Certificate of naturalization

  • Draft record

  • Voter registration card from another state or county

  • Original or certified copy of a birth certificate bearing an official seal

  • Certification of birth abroad issued by the department of state

  • Any other form of identification issued by an official agency

Proof of Identity is required to register to vote. A list of acceptable documentation is available here.

No ID requirement to vote by mail & No notary or witness requirement for return of mail ballot

6. Voting Without Address​

The Wyoming voter registration form requires a residential address. However, it includes a checkbox with the following language "I have no fixed residence. This is a location I regularly return to. I have also provided a mailing address in Section 6, if I have one."

2020 Wyoming

Housing Profile

A one-page snapshot of the information advocates need to make the case for socially just housing policy.


Congressional Profile

The profile pulls from a variety of sources and illuminates several dimensions of housing affordability for renter households in each district, the surrounding area, and the state.

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