Voter Registration Requirements
How to Register to Vote
An applicant may register to vote in person at the County Clerk's Office or by mail, not less than (14) days before an election. A person may also register and vote at their polling place on election day. You may access the Wyoming Voter Registration Application Form on the Secretary of State's website.
Not Sure if You Are Registered?
Contact your local County Clerk's Office. (County Clerk information is located below).
Keep Your Regsitration Current
You are registered for 2012 if you voted in Wyoming at the 2010 General Election. (Wyoming maintains a registry of voters; you need only register once while living in Wyoming, provided you vote in each General Election and do not move.)
How to Find Your Polling Place/Precinct
You can verify your polling place by accessing the Secretary of State's website, or by calling your local County Clerk's Office; or going to the County's website to see if a search can be conducted there.
The local voting polls are located at the Wright Town Hall.
If You Do Not Want to Vote for Everything on the Ballot
If you do not want to vote for a particular office or item on the ballot, just skip that portion of the ballot. If you fail to vote on any Constitutional Amendment or Initiative, the result is the same as a vote against that issue.
Sample ballots are available to view at your local County Clerk's Office.
If you want to vote for someone whose name does not appear on the ballot, you can simply write the name of the individual in the space provided and blacken the oval next to the name.
A qualified elector may apply for an absentee ballot at anytime during the calendar year in which the election is held, but not on the day of the election. Remember to return your absentee ballot immediately to ensure it will be delivered to the County Clerk's Office not later than 7 p.m. on Election Day.
If you require assistance to vote by reason of disability or inability to read or write English, you may be given assistance by a person of your choice. Also, if you have questions regarding accessibility of your polling place, please contact your County Clerk:
Town of Wright Clerk
Run for Town Council
Should you desire to run for public office, please check the State of Wyoming website to answer questions you may have relative to running for office. To run for office in Wright, you must file at Town Hall and pay a $25 filing fee.