2012 Wyoming Statutes
TITLE 22 - ELECTIONS
CHAPTER 2 - GENERAL PROVISIONS
22-2-113. Availability and form of registry lists; use of copies; election record; purging.


WY Stat § 22-2-113 (through 2012) What's This?

(a) The secretary of state shall furnish at a reasonable price registry lists to any candidate for a political office in the state, candidate's campaign committee, political party central committees and officials thereof, elected officials, political action committees, individuals promoting or opposing a ballot issue or candidate and to organizations which promote voter participation. The county clerks may elect to furnish the lists and, if they do so, shall make them available to all on an equal basis. All lists are for political purposes only and are not available for commercial use. The lists shall be in the form of printouts, mailing labels, tapes or other electronic format as available. The lists may be reproduced for political purposes.

(b) Repealed by Laws 1991, ch. 243, 5.

(c) Information copied from campaign receipts and expenditure reports filed by state and local candidates may be used for political purposes but shall not be used for commercial purposes.

(d) Unless otherwise specifically stated in this Election Code, all election records of the county clerk are public. The availability and dissemination of such records shall be in accordance with the Wyoming Public Records Act. Election records containing social security numbers, portions of social security numbers, driver's license numbers, birth dates, telephone numbers, tribal identification card numbers and other personally identifiable information other than names, gender, addresses and party affiliations are not public records and shall be kept confidential. When necessary, members of the county or state canvassing boards may access confidential information for purposes of this code but shall maintain its confidentiality.

(e) The county clerks shall purge and update voter registration information on the voter registration system not later than the fifteenth day of February each year.

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