Nevada

The coronavirus has changed many aspects of our normal routines, including how we vote in the 2020 election!

This year, ALL active registered voters in Nevada will receive a general election ballot in the mail. 

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Simply type in your address above and you can check your voter registration, make a voting plan, receive reminders on critical voting deadlines, and much more.

Voting in Nevada

HAVE QUESTIONS ON VOTING DURING COVID-19?

Voting by mail is secure and convenient, and helps keep you and your community safe.  We encourage voters to return their ballot ASAP, either by mail or by dropping it off at one of the many drop-off locations across the state. 

However, if you do not wish to vote by mail, or drop off your completed ballot at a designated location, you can vote in person during the Early Vote period (Oct. 17 – 30, 2020) or on Election Day (Nov. 3, 2020). If you do choose to vote in person, we encourage doing so during the early voting period (October 17-30), ideally during that first week of early voting, to minimize wait times. 

During this pandemic, we need to make sure our votes and our voices count! And for millions of people, this means voting by mail for the first time.

See the Frequently Asked Questions below for more information!

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Frequently Asked Questions