Voter Information and Elections

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Learn how to vote, where to register, and Re-register if you did not vote in the last General Election.

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Call the Fremont County Clerk’s Office 307-332-1088 or 307-332-1089

Already registered to Vote, ask NOW for an Absentee Ballot to be mailed to your home.

Call the Fremont County Clerk’s Office 307-332-1088 or 307-332-1089, so You CAN Vote From Home!

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Vote by Absentee Ballot without leaving your house...Ask for One Now

Call the Fremont County Clerk's Office 307-332-1088 or 307-332-1089, ask to get an Absentee Ballot Request Form mailed to you for the General Election. Or download it, Click "Learn More" below

Ask about getting your Absentee Voting Ballot sent to your home for both the Primary & General Election.

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8 Voting Centers or Polling Places in Fremont County

On Primary & Election Day, you can Register and Vote at ANY 8 Voting Centers (polling places) from 7am - 7pm.

No matter where you live in Fremont County, you can Register & Vote at ANY of the following Voting Centers (polling places): Arapahoe, Dubois, Ethete,, Fort Washakie Kinnear, Lander, Riverton, Shoshoni

An individual who is in line at the time polls close must be allowed to vote.

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Key Election Dates

August 17
Absentee Ballot Request* & Early Voting Deadline for State Primary Election 
*Absentee ballots may be requested at any time in 2021 prior to the day of an election.

August 18 
State Primary Election
*Your completed absentee ballot must be turned in to the County Clerk's office no later than 7 p.m. on Primary Election Day, August 18

September 18 – November 3
Early Voting Dates for General Election 

October 16
General Election Vote By Mail Request Deadline

September 18 – November 3 
Voters may still Register & Vote in person with an Absentee Ballot*

Oct 20 

Recommended Deadline to Send Back Ballot, the Earlier the Better
(Ballots can be dropped off at your voter registration locations, dropped into the only secure, ballot drop box located behind the Lander Courthouse, or mailed. The U.S. Postal Service recommends voters mail their ballot by Oct. 20).

Nov 3 General Election Day
All Voters May Register and Vote at ANY 8 Voting Centers or Polling Places on General Election Day, Tuesday, November 3
Your completed absentee ballot must be turned in to the County Clerk's office no later than 7pm on the General Election Day, November 3.
 
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