Your last day to register to vote or update your registration online, automatically receive a mail ballot, with prepaid postage, is May 26, 2022! Do so at www.registernevada.org!
To register to vote, you must meet the Nevada standard registration requirements:
For new or updated voter registrations, voters can register to vote AND cast their ballot at a designated polling location during Early Vote or on Election Day from May 28 to June 10, 2022 and on June 14, 2022.
Voters who want to do Same Day Registration must have a current, unexpired NV issued ID to complete their voter registration. If a voter does not have a current NV issued ID, they must provide one of the additional documents below:
For updates to existing registrations, you can still do so online or in-person from May 27 to June 9, 2022, but you will only be able to vote on a provisional ballot in-person at any designated polling locations during Early Vote and on Election Day.
With the passing of AB431 (2019), Nevadans who are formerly incarcerated, regardless of probation or parole status, have their right to vote automatically restored! Voters may register to vote by any available means.
Confidential Address Program (CAP):
Survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, human trafficking, or stalking have the option to participate in CAP. This prevents them from being located through public records by providing them with a fictitious address and confidential mail forwarding services.
Find out more information by visiting the Department of Child and Family Services (DCFS) webpage.
**CAP participants will not show up on the voter roll and must vote by mail.
Remember: if you vote using the ballot you receive in the mail to SIGN THE OUTSIDE of the envelope on the designated line. This is how the Election Department will verify your ballot. If you don’t sign, your County or City’s Election Department will attempt to contact you to verify your ballot. If you don’t respond, your ballot will NOT be counted! Sign your envelope!
What does it mean when a ballot needs to be “cured?”
A ballot needs to be cured when there is a discrepancy or missing signature. If your ballot needs to be “cured,” the Election Department will contact voters by mail, email, phone number, or text message.
A person cannot mark and sign a mail ballot on behalf of a registered voter, except at the direction of the following persons:
If a person marks or signs a ballot on behalf of these persons listed above, they must:
Clark County Registered Voter Services: https://www.clarkcountynv.gov/government/departments/elections/index.php
Washoe County Registered Voter Services: https://www.washoecounty.gov/voters/
Secretary of State Office: https://www.nvsos.gov/sos/elections
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