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Nevada Voting and Voter Registration

Registering to Vote in Washoe County

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Update: Due to the coronavirus crisis, some of the offices mentioned below are either closed or only open on a limited basis. The 2020 General Election will be conducted as at mail-in ballot election as well as providing polling places for in-person voting for both early voting and Election Day voting.

Where to Register to Vote

Washoe County Registrar of Voters Office
Deanna Spikula, Registrar
1001 E. Ninth Street, Bldg. A, Rm. 135
Reno, NV 89512
Information: 775-328-3670

Other places to obtain a mail-in Voter Registration Application or Register to Vote in Person

Same-Day Voter Registration

Nevada now allows same-day voter registration. If you are not registered to vote, you may bring the proper documentation (a Nevada driver's license, Nevada ID card or Tribal ID card) to an in-person polling place and register on the spot when you go to vote.

Online Voter Registration in Nevada

Nevada residents can register to vote online. Voters can also update their voter registration information online, including change of address and party affiliation. A driver's license or identification card issued by the Nevada DMV is required. To register to vote online, go to "Online Voter Registration" and follow the steps.

Requesting an Absentee Ballot

You may request an absentee ballot for any election, and/or be put on your county's permanent absentee mailing list by going to "Vote Absentee." Voters on the permanent absentee list will automatically be mailed an absentee ballot for all future elections.

Nevada Secretary of State Elections Division

101 N. Carson Street, Suite 3
Carson City, NV 89701
Information: 775-684-5705

Check Your Voter Registration Status

If you aren't sure about your voter registration status, it is easy to check online. Go to the "Voter Search" page on the Nevada Secretary of State website and fill in the requested information. The system will then tell you whether or not you are duly registered and can vote in upcoming elections. If not, you can register to vote online or update your information if something has changed since the last time you voted.

Where to Get Election Results

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»Nevada State-Wide Election Results
»Clark County (Las Vegas) Election Results

Preregistration for 17 Year Olds

U.S. citizens who are 17 years old but less than 18 years old can preregister to vote. A person can preregister using any of the methods available for a person to register to vote, including online. A person who has preregistered to vote is automatically deemed registered to vote on his or her 18th birthday unless the person's preregistration is cancelled.

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