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about the new touch screen voting system!
statute, elections can occur in Laramie County
on three principal dates each year. These include
the months of May, August, and November.
During even numbered years, both an August Primary
Election and a November General Election are held.
These are considered "Federal" election dates
as candidates for United States Representative
appear on these ballots.
Odd numbered year elections are generally held
at the request of the Board of Commissioners by
conduct a search type in your house address
only. For example, if your address is 123 Main
Street, you would type in only 123.
Dates for Election 2012
May 17 – June 1
|Filing Period for City, County, and State Offices
|Start Absentee Voting for Primary Election
August 8 – 27
|Filing Period for School Board, Community College Trustee, and Special Districts
||County Canvassing Board Meets
|Start Absentee Voting for General Election
||County Canvassing Board meets
voting begins 40 days prior to each election.
For the convenience of Laramie County voters,
the Clerk's Office has an absentee polling place
located in the Atrium of the Laramie County Governmental
Complex, 309 W. 20th Street.
This polling place is open from 8:30 a.m. until
5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday for the 40-day
period prior to the election. Voters wishing to
cast an absentee ballot may visit this polling
633-4242 to request a ballot which will be mailed
to the address provided
Write to P.O. Box 608, Cheyenne, WY 82003 to
request a ballot
Bring a written request to the Elections Office
at 309 W. 20th Street and pick up a ballot
- To pick up a ballot for a friend or relative, a "permission slip" signed by the voter must be provided to the elections staff.
absentee ballots must be received in the Clerk's
Office by 7:00 p.m. on the day of the Election
to be counted.
State of Wyoming is exempt from the National Voter
Registration Act commonly known as "motor voter."
There is no voter registration available at the
Drivers License Division of the Department of
Transportation or at any other state agency.
Voters may register at the office of the County
Clerk or any Town Clerk (Pine Bluffs, Albin, and
Burns). To register to vote in Laramie County,
a person must meet the following qualifications:
be 18 years of age on Election Day
Must be a resident of Laramie County and the
precinct in which you register
Must withdraw voter registration from any other
jurisdiction, if applicable
Must not be a convicted felon or adjudicated
Must present a valid photo i.d.
who meet the above qualifications may also register
to vote at the polls on Primary and General Election
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