There is nothing that a candidate needs to do before the election to be qualified to receive write-in votes. Voters may write-in the candidate’s name in the general election. The statutes refer to an application for candidacy to have votes counted for you if you are a write-in candidate, but an election official said the following:
"There is no filing fee for president. We don't have an application as there has never been enough write-in votes for a president to fill out an application. If that would happen, we would prepare one immediately for use by the candidate."
Lori Klassen, CERA
Wyoming Secretary of State