Laramie County Clerk posts sample Primary Election ballots

Published on July 05, 2024

Wyoming’s Primary Election is Aug. 20 and early and absentee voting starts July 23.  Primary Election sample ballots for Laramie County voters are now available online and in the County Clerk’s election office, located in the Laramie County Governmental Complex, 309 W 20th St., Suite 1500. 

Voters can access their sample ballot by visiting , Elections, My 2024 Ballot-Who’s on My Ballot, entering their address, and selecting the political party affiliation based on their voter registration. 

County Clerk Debra Lee said there are three types of ballots for the Primary Election—Democratic, Republican, and nonpartisan.  Voters will receive the ballot matching the party they selected when registering to vote.  Those registered as unaffiliated or with a minor party, will receive a nonpartisan ballot for municipal elections only if they reside within the city limits of Cheyenne or Pine Bluffs.  Names of candidates on official ballots are rotated and will not always appear in the order indicated on the sample ballots. 

Absentee ballots for military and overseas voters were mailed July 5 and will be mailed to all other voters beginning on July 23.  Lee reminds voters who want to vote at home to request their absentee ballots as soon as possible by providing their name, date of birth, residence and mailing address, the political party with which they are registered, the elections for which they want ballots (Primary/General) and contact information. Requests are accepted by telephone, mail, or email (Subject: Absentee Voter Name).  

Early voting launches July 23 in the atrium of the Laramie County Governmental Complex and ends Aug. 19, Monday through Friday, except for county holidays.  Hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.  Voters are reminded to bring their Wyoming driver’s license or other accepted government-issued identification.  Voters can register and vote on the same day. 

            To learn more about registration and voting in Laramie County, visit the election page at or call (307) 633-4242.  


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