The County Clerk serves as the Chief Election Official for the County and performs a variety of duties in conformance with and as defined by the Wyoming State Statutes, Title 22.
Candidate Filing Information and Applications
- 2022 Campaign Guide
- 2022 Candidate Commissioner Guide
- County Offices Application
- Cemetery District Trustee Application
- Conservation District Supervisors Application
- Hospital District Trustee Application
- Precinct Committeeman-woman Application
- Senior Citizen District Application
- School Board Trustee Application
- Special District Application
- Statement of Contributions & Expenditures
Precinct Committeemen & Committeewomen: Refer to Party's websites for a listing
Wyoming Election Information
The Wyoming Secretary of State is the Chief Election Officer for the State. For complete information and forms for filing for statewide offices visit the Wyoming Secretary of State website. You can also visit Let's Vote Wyo – Wyoming Secretary of State (letsvotewyo.org) for more information on voting requirements in Wyoming.
Primary and General elections are held on even numbered years and occur in August and November respectively.
A person may register to vote not less than 14 days before an election as provided by W.S. 22-3-102 (a), based on satisfying certain qualifications. Voters can also register within that 14 days as the Clerk's Office, or at the polls on the day of the election, as long as they cast their vote the same day. Per Clerk Policy 2021-07, once a voter casts a ballot for any election, no Party affiliation change can occur until 30 days after that election.
Prior to Election Day, new voters can register at the County Clerk's Office or the Town Clerk's Offices in Glenrock or Rolling Hills.
Qualifications to vote: United States Citizenship, 18 years of age on the day of the next election, resident of Converse County, not currently adjudicated mentally incompetent, and has not been convicted of a felony and provide a photo acceptable form of identification.
Election Security & FAQs
Converse County operates ES&S (Election Systems & Software) voting equipment to conduct our elections, and have since 2004. ES&S offers the most secure, safe, and accurate elections possible, and our new equipment, purchased in 2020, is the most secure equipment ever utilized.
For more validated and proven information regarding Election security and integrity, please see the links below.