Wyoming Statutes Title 22. Elections § 22-3-108. Official registry list information
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(a) The official registry list shall contain at least the following information as to each registered elector:
(i) Name in full;
(ii) Residence by street number and name, if any;
(iii) Voting district and precinct numbers;
(iv) Party affiliation, if declared;
(v) House and senate district numbers;
(vi) Date of birth; and
(vii) The elector's Wyoming driver's license number, or if the elector has no Wyoming driver's license, one (1) of the following unique identifying numbers:
(A) The last four (4) digits of the elector's social security number, or if the elector also has no social security number;
(B) A unique identifying number generated by the state.
(b) The official registry list may contain the following information as to each registered elector:
(i) Repealed by Laws 2004, ch. 94, § 4.
(ii) County of residence;
(iii) Date of registration;
(iv) Repealed by Laws 2004, ch. 94, § 4.
(v) Name of municipal corporation of residence, if any;
(vi) Number of school district of residence;
(vii) Mailing address;
(viii) Gender; and
(ix) Telephone number, if any.
(c) The county clerk may maintain within the election records the social security numbers of registered electors for identification purposes.
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