The Johnson County Clerk is the Chief Elections Officer for Johnson County. The pages on this site will provide the public with information and forms pertaining to the election process. Questions about election procedures and laws should be addressed to:
Johnson County Clerk
76 N Main Street
Buffalo, WY 82834
You may also contact the office by phone at (307) 684-7272 or via email at: email@example.com
More extensive election information may be viewed by visiting the Wyoming Secretary of State website.
How to register to vote in Wyoming?
- 2012 Primary Election Results
- 2012 General Election Results
- 2014 Primary Election Results
- 2014 General Election Results
- 2016 Election Results
- 2018 Primary Elections Results
EL30 Primary Election
EL45 Primary Election
- 2018 General Election Summary
- 2018 General Election Precinct Report
Voter Precinct Maps
Attention Johnson County Voters
The office of the County Clerk is in the process of updating the Voter Registration Records. Please contact us if you have moved, changed your name or have a change of address due to postal renumbering. If you have moved to Johnson County and would like to register to vote, identification is now required to register to vote. Contact the County Clerk’s office at 307-684-7272 for more information.
Johnson County utilizes voting machines from Election Sysytems and Software. The State of Wyoming contracts with this company to provide voting machnies for a number of Wyoming counties.
The M100-optical scanner is used to count ballots and tabulate votes.
The AutoMARK® is a Voter Assist Terminal which allows voters with diabilities and other special needs to mark their ballot privately and independently.
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