How to Register
The following details special instructions to complete the Voter Registration Application by mail during the 14 days before an election. To register by mail (absentee registration) during the 14 days before an election, you must also request and vote using an absentee ballot.
- The Voter Registration Application can be found online and then printed and completed by you.
- Complete items 1 – 4 following all instructions on the application. You must complete all required information. Do not sign until you are in front of a notary.
- Item Number 2: You must provide the number of your valid Wyoming driver’s license if one has been issued to you. If you do not have a Wyoming driver’s license, you must provide your social security number.
- Take the form to a notary, or if you are in Wyoming, to the local county clerk or city clerk office. Show identification (ID) to satisfy their requirements to establish you are who you present yourself to be.
- Read the "Voter Registration Oath" and, in the presence of the notary / registry agent, sign beside the arrow.
- Have the notary / registry agent complete and sign the next portion, including a notation of the type of identification shown.
- Mail the registration application along with a copy of your Wyoming Driver’s License if one has been issued or other official photo ID if you have no Wyoming Driver’s License to:
Lana L. Wilcox, Uinta County Clerk
P.O. Box 810
Evanston, WY 82931-0810
- Complete and return the Request for Uinta County, Wyoming Absentee Ballot according to the instructions.
- Upon receipt of all correctly completed applications, you will be added to the Uinta County voter registration list and your absentee ballot will be mailed according to your request.
You are required to send a copy of acceptable identification with your Registration Application and Ballot Request before an absentee ballot can be sent. If you have been issued a Wyoming Driver’s License, send a copy of it. If you do not have a valid Wyoming Driver’s License, send a copy of another official photo identification document such as another state driver’s license.
According to the federal Help America Vote Act of 2002, if you register to vote by mail, the first time you go to the polls to vote you will be required to provide an acceptable identification document to the election official in order to vote, even though you showed ID in front of a notary or registry agent when you completed the voter registration form.