2012 Wyoming Statutes
TITLE 22 - ELECTIONS
CHAPTER 3 - REGISTRATION
22-3-104. Methods of verification; signing oath; time for proving eligibility; registration locations.


WY Stat § 22-3-104 (through 2012) What's This?

(a) Repealed By Laws 2004, Chapter 94, 4.

(b) Repealed By Laws 2004, Chapter 94, 4.

(c) Repealed By Laws 1998, ch. 100, 5.

(d) An applicant may only register to vote in person or by mail at which time he shall provide the information required by W.S. 22-3-103(a) and sign the registration oath as required by W.S. 22-3-103(b).

(i) Repealed By Laws 2005, ch. 110, 2.

(ii) Repealed By Laws 2005, ch. 110, 2.

(iii) Repealed By Laws 2005, ch. 110, 2.

(e) Repealed By Laws 2005, ch. 110, 2.

(f) A person shall be registered to vote as follows:

(i) Registration before the secretary of state has certified that the voter registration system is operational is effective upon receipt and acceptance by the county clerk or election judge of the completed and signed registration oath subscribed by the registry agent or by a person authorized to administer oaths if the voter is registering by mail;

(ii) Registration after the secretary of state has certified that the voter registration system is operational is effective:

(A) At the polls for the purpose of voting. Upon verification of the information, the voter shall continue to be registered. Upon failure of verification, the voter's registration shall be revoked in accordance with W.S. 22-3-105;

(B) For registration, other than at the polls, after the voter registration information has been entered onto the voter registration system and verified.

(g) On election day, applicants attempting to register who lack the proof required under this section shall be offered provisional ballots in accordance with W.S. 22-15-105 and permitted until the close of business on the day following the election to present documentation to the county clerk establishing their eligibility to register and to vote in the precinct.

(h) An applicant may register to vote in person:

(i) In his proper polling place at any election specified in W.S. 22-2-101(a)(i) through (viii); or

(ii) In the office of the county clerk or city clerk in the principal office building of the county or city in the presence of the registry agent.

(j) A county or city clerk may establish and maintain registration facilities in a public area owned or occupied by a political subdivision or governmental institution, agency or entity, after giving not less than two (2) days notice by publication in a newspaper of general circulation in the county and by posting such notice in such clerk's office. The requirements of subsection (h) of this section regarding the place of registration shall not apply to a person registering in accordance with this subsection.

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