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Laramie County Clerk’s Office to host first voter registration pop-up event March 24


CHEYENNE, Wyo. — The Laramie County Clerk’s office is holding its first-ever voter registration pop-up event on Sunday, March 24 from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. inside the Cottonwood Room in Laramie County Library.

Staff from the clerk’s office will be available to register new voters; update registrations for those who have moved, want to update their party affiliation or request absentee ballots; and answer questions about the coming elections.

“We know it can be difficult for people to come to our office, and Wyoming does not have online registration, so we are pleased to make this nonpartisan opportunity available,” County Clerk Debra Lee said in a news release. “We want Laramie County citizens to be prepared to cast their ballot for the August primary and November general elections, and registration is the first step to participation.”

Voters in Laramie County are required to:

  • Be a U.S. citizen
  • Be a resident of Laramie County
  • Be age 18 by the day of the election
  • Not have been adjudicated mentally incompetent
  • Have had Wyoming voting rights restored if convicted of a felony

Prospective voters must bring their Wyoming driver’s license or other government-issued identification. For the list of accepted documents for registration, visit the Wyoming Secretary of State’s website here.

Lee notes that more than 15,000 Laramie County voters were removed from the voter list last year as part of the required purge of the voter registry.

“We encourage those who did not vote in the 2022 general election to re-register at the drop-in event,” she said.

For more information about voter registration or elections in Laramie County, call the clerk’s election office at 307-633-4242 or visit the clerk’s online elections page.