- See also: School bond and tax elections in Wyoming
Wyoming has three different kinds of school finance elections which are for bond issues, creating or repaying a building fund, or to issue a special tax for adult education programs. In Wyoming, bond issues are only allowed for capital improvements, renovations, or new construction of school facilities. Bonding cannot be used to retire debt or pay other obligations. Wyoming also has an election requirement for school districts if they want to issue a new tax up to two and a half mills to help create new adult education programs. Building funds can be created for school districts on voter approval. However, a certain amount of money must be raised consistently over a number of years to establish a building fund.