How to vote in my state
Last updated August 30, 2022
Upcoming Election Dates and Registration Deadlines
November 8, 2022
Nevada General Election
Voter Registration Deadline
- Postmarked: October 11, 2022
- In-person request by: November 8, 2022
- Online request by: November 3, 2022
Mail-in Ballot Request Deadline
- Nevada is a universal vote by mail state. All registered voters will receive a ballot by mail and no request is necessary
Completed Mail-in Ballot Return Deadline
- Postmarked: November 8, 2022
- In-person received: November 8, 2022
Early Voting: October 22 – November 4, 2022
Check if you are registered
What's on your
With the passage of Assembly Bill 321 during the 2021 Legislative Session, all registered voters will receive a ballot by mail.
Online voter registration is now available for residents of all Nevada counties. Eligible 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 ID is required.
Early voting is available for all voters, but times and locations vary on your county. Early voting begins on the third Saturday before Election Day and ends the Thursday before Election Day.
Check your registration status in Nevada; visit: https://www.nvsos.gov/votersearch/
Track your ballot
To track your ballot in Nevada, visit: https://nevada.ballottrax.net/voter/
What to Expect
on Election Day
On Election Day, polls are open from 7 AM to 7 PM local time.
Find your polling location. (Voters must login with their registration details)
Voter ID Requirements
You do not need an ID to vote on Election Day, except for first time voters.
First time voters can do same-day registration at a polling place and will need a form of identification. Acceptable forms identification are:
- A valid Nevada driver’s license or ID card
- A military identification card;
- A utility bill, including, without limitation, a bill for electric, gas, oil, water, sewer, septic, telephone, cellular telephone or cable television service;
- A bank or credit union statement;
- A paycheck;
- An income tax return;
- A statement concerning the mortgage, rental or lease of a residence;
- A motor vehicle registration;
- A property tax statement;
- Any other document issued by a governmental agency; or
- A tribal identification card.
Section 203 of the Voting Rights Act requires certain jurisdictions to provide in-language voting materials in areas with a significant number of limited English proficient voters.
Areas in Nevada covered by Section 203
Section 208 of the Voting Rights Act states that, “Any voter who requires assistance to vote by reason of blindness, disability, or inability to read or write may be given assistance by a person of the voter’s choice, other than the voter’s employer or agent of the employer or office or agent of the voter’s union.”
It is your right to bring your own interpreter to the polls, if you so choose.
Have questions or need help voting?
Call 1-888-API-VOTE (1-888-274-8683).
Bilingual assistance is available in English, Mandarin, Cantonese, Korean, Vietnamese, Tagalog, Urdu, Hindi, and Bengali. Click here for more information.