All registered voters in Nevada will now automatically receive a vote-by-mail ballot with a pre-paid postage. Make sure your voter registration is up to date. The county will mail your vote by mail ballot to the address you provided at the time that you registered to vote. You can still vote in person during Early Voting or on Election Day, just know that you have options. Just choose the voting option that is the most convenient for you!
Please see below for more information on Nevada Election Facts and Voter Registration Deadlines.
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Election Day: Tuesday November 8, 2022: 7am-7pm
Early Voting: October 22nd – November 4th, 2022
Voter Eligibility – Can I vote in Nevada?
- Be a U.S. citizen
- Be at least 18 years old by Election Day
- Have continuously resided in a Nevada county for at least 30 days before Election Day
- Have continuously resided in your precinct for at least 10 days before election day
- Not currently serving a term of imprisonment for a felony
- Nevada residents with a former felony conviction can vote, regardless of the category of felony committed and even if they are on parole or probation.
- Individuals being held pre-trial and those serving a misdemeanor sentence are eligible to vote.
- More info here.
NEVADA ELECTION FACTS
Find your Voting Site:
Early Voting Locations, October 22- November 4, 2022
Voter Registration Deadlines:
Last day to register by mail or in-person: October 11, 2022
Last day to register online and receive a mail-in ballot: October 25, 2022
Last day to register online: November 3, 2022 at registertovotenv.gov or weall.vote/avil
In-Person Same Day Voter Registration: Available during Early Voting( October 22- November 4) and Election Day ( November 8) . People wishing to register to vote or make updates must have one of the following documents: A Nevada identification card or a Nevada Drivers License, or a Nevada Tribal Identification.
Register to vote now:
- ***VISIT RegisterToVoteNV.gov TO REGISTER TO VOTE OR UPDATE YOUR REGISTRATION ONLINE***
- Online Voter Registration: Online voter registration available for residents of all Nevada counties. Voters can register to vote and update their voter registration information online, including change of address and party affiliation. A DMV issued Driver’s License or state ID is required since you will be required to enter the number listed in either document to complete your voter registration.
- If you do not have A DMV issued Driver’s License or State ID
or prefer to register to vote using a mail-in voter registration form, you can complete a fillable mail-in voter registration form. To register to vote using the fillable mail-in voter registration form in .pdf format, visit the Voter Registration Form and follow the steps below:
- Answer the eligibility questions.
- Enter your personal information into the spaces provided and select ‘Generate Voter Registration Form.’
- Print out the form and don’t forget to sign it.
- Mail or deliver the form in person to the county clerk or registrar of voters in your county.
- Provide either NV license #, NV ID #, or the last 4 of their social. If you have none, still fill out the form and someone will reach out to them to get more info.
If you have technical problems, please call the Secretary of State’s office at 775-684-5705 or send an email to email@example.com.
- Other Options for Registering to Vote: You may register to vote at any NV Department of Motor Vehicles office, at your county clerk or registrar of voters’ office, at various social service agencies, and on college campuses, who offer this service.
- Changes to Current Registration: If you’ve moved, changed your name, want to change party affiliation, or otherwise have to update your voter registration status, you must update your voter application form. To update your current voter registration information visit RegisterToVoteNV.gov.
- Online Same-Day Registration: Essentially, same-day registration allows a voter to register for the first time or update their existing registration on the same day they vote. Detailed information about the same-day registration process can be found here. This means anyone who registers online between the day before early voting and election day must appear in person at a polling location and show their valid Nevada driver’s license or ID card in order to vote in that election.
- In-Person Same-Day Registration: Available during early voting and on Election Day. To register in person, you must bring a valid Nevada driver’s license or Nevada identification card, or a Nevada Tribal identification card. If the address is not current based on the identification card presented, proof of residency will be required. Acceptable proof of residency includes a utility bill, a lease/mortgage document, or a bank statement. .
- Pre Registration for 17 Year Olds: The 2017 legislature approved Senate Bill 144, which allows all U.S. citizens who are 17 years old but less than 18 years old to preregister to vote. A person can preregister to vote using any of the means available for a person to register to vote, including online at www.RegisterToVoteNV.gov. A person who has preregistered to vote is automatically deemed registered to vote on their 18th birthday unless the person’s preregistration is canceled.
- EASE Online System: Voters with disabilities and military and overseas voters can register and vote online through NVEASE.gov starting September 25th.
Must vote in-person if you register: October 21 – November 8
Voting By Mail
- All eligible active Nevada registered voters will automatically receive a vote-by-mail ballot with pre-paid postage.
- Voting by mail, voting absentee, and voting from home, all mean the same thing: your ballot will be mailed to the address where you are registered.
- Voting by mail is safe and secure.
- All Nevadans who are registered to vote will receive a vote by mail ballot.
- Once you receive a vote by mail ballot, you can mail it back, drop it off at any polling place, put it in a ballot drop off box, or give it to a trusted friend to drop off.
- If you mail in your ballot, your ballot must be postmarked by Tuesday, November 8, 2022 and received no later than 4 days after the election by 5 p.m.
- You must request a replacement mail ballot in person for ballots that have been lost or damaged:
- Clark: Election Department, 965 Trade Drive, Suite A, North Las Vegas, NV 89030
- Washoe: Registrar of Voters, 1001 E. 9th Street, Building A, Reno, NV 89512
Voting By Machine
- If you vote in person, you will vote on a machine. These machines are safe, secure, accurate, and ADA accessible.
- You can drop off your vote by mail ballot at drop off boxes located at any polling place in your county. Drop off boxes are staffed by election workers. Ballots will be collected and delivered to the Registrar of Voters every night. Depending on the county that you live in, ballots will either be scanned right when you drop them off or will be scanned after they have been delivered to the Registrar of Voters office for tracking purposes.
- A voter may be required to present an ID if:
- (1) this is the voter’s first time voting in a federal election in Nevada
- (2) the voter registered either by mail or online
CLARK COUNTY ELECTION DEPARTMENT LANGUAGE ACCESS:
To request a ballot in Spanish, call (702) 455-3666.
To request a ballot in Tagalog, call (702) 455-7871.
*Bilingual ballots in English and Spanish will automatically be provided by Washoe Co.