Early Vote: October 20th - November 2nd
Confirm Your Polling Location
Ir al sitio en español
Voter Hotline: 888-525-8683
Am I Registered To Vote?
You can check your registration at https://www.nvsos.gov/VoterSearch/ or call our voter hotline.
Ride To The Polls
In Clark County, you can fill out the form at: https://nvdems.com/clark-ride/. In Washoe County, you can call 775-323-8683 (VOTE). You can call our hotline and we’ll make sure to get you signed up.
Do I Need An ID To Vote?
Not normally. However you will need ID if:
1) if you are a first time voter who did not provide a Nevada DMV ID number at the time you registered,
2) if you have requested an absentee ballot but want to vote in person, or
3) if your signature does not match more than once and they can’t verify your identity after calling down to the election department, then they will ask for identification. Call the hotline if you are unsure whether your ID is acceptable.
In Clark & Washoe County all materials, including ballots and notices, are available in Spanish. In Clark County, the materials are also available in Tagalog.
I need help casting my vote
Generally anyone can help you, including poll workers. But your helper can not be your employer, an agent of your employer, or a union representative. The same rules apply for both language assistance and disability/physical assistance.
Can I vote with an absentee ballot?
If it’s before October 30th at 5pm, yes. Elderly or disabled voters can request permanent absentee status, but otherwise your request will only be good for one year. If it’s after October 30th, you will need to see whether you qualify for an emergency absentee ballot (see below).
My friend/relative was just hospitalized, can they still vote?
You can request an emergency absentee ballot from the Registrar/Clerk until 5pm on Election Day, November 6. (Call the hotline for assistance.)