In order to participate in State and Federal Elections in Wyoming you must be a registered voter. In Wyoming, you can register to vote if you are all of the following:
- A citizen of the United States.
- Will be 18 years old by General Election Day
- Are a resident of Wyoming
- Have not been recently adjudicated mentally incompetent
- Have not been convicted of a felony or if convicted, have had your voting rights restored*
(*See Restoring Voting Rights)
First time voters must register to vote. Those who may need to re-register to vote are individuals who have moved since, recently changed their name, or who did not vote in the last General Election.
We’ve created this page as a quick guide to help Natrona County’s seasoned, new, or returning voters navigate information during elections. You will find important upcoming dates for voters as well as information on how to register to vote, voting, who and what will be on the ballot, fact checking and more.
Wyoming Voter Registration deadlines:
- In Person: Election Day*
- By Mail: Must be received 14 days before Election Day
- Primary Election: August 18, 2020
- General Election: November 3, 2020
The National Conference State of Legislatures is tracking changes to the 2020 Elections in each state due to COVID-19 HERE. Check frequently to stay up to date on any changes affecting Wyoming’s elections.
Wyoming DOES NOT accept registration via the online National Voter Registration Form.
Wyoming encourages people to register to vote in person at their local County Clerk’s office. The Natrona County Clerk’s office location and contact information can be found on their website.
Eligible voters could alternatively mail a notarized Wyoming Voter Registration Form along with photocopies of acceptable identification to their local county clerk’s office. A mail-in registration form must be filled out in front of and signed by a notary to be accepted.
Regardless of how you register you need to be prepared to show or submit acceptable identification.
Eligible voters could also register on Election Day by simply going to their correct polling site with acceptable identification.
Wyoming is one of the few states where a citizen with a first time nonviolent felony conviction may be eligible to have their voting rights restored. The anonymous evaluation website was created by the Restore Your Vote project from the law group Campaign Legal Center. Additional information and the official application can be found on the Wyoming Department of Corrections website.
On Election Day, you must vote at your correct polling site. Your polling place is set by where you live. Your polling site could change for a variety of reasons. For example, those who have moved since the last major election, even if just a few blocks over, could be assigned a new polling site. It is important to make sure of your polling site before each election!
An absentee ballot allows you to mail in your vote. Any registered voter in Wyoming may request an absentee ballot for any or all elections before but not on the day of the election. You can request an absentee ballot by contacting your local county clerk.
Major US Political Parties:
Federal, State, County, and City Candidates:
For information on how to run for public office in Wyoming: Wyoming Secretary of State Candidate Information Page
Find forms for running for public office in Natrona County: Natrona County Candidate information Page
Campaign Finance Information:
Following is the ballot language of Constitutional Amendment A as it will appear on the 2020 General Election ballot:
This amendment will remove the constitutionally specified limit on the amount of debt a municipality can create for sewer projects and would allow the legislature to prescribe by law the debt limit for municipal sewer projects.
BallotReady – A nonpartisan website that lets you explore the ballot and compare candidates running.
Vote411 – A nonpartisan website created by the League of Women Voters’ Education Fund that allows voters to view which candidates and ballot measures to expect on Election Day.
Rock the Vote – a nonpartisan, nonprofit aimed at educating new and young voters regarding the election process.