City Clerk

Municipal Elections


2020 General Election

Mail in ballot

Mail Ballot

ALL active registered voters will automatically be mailed a 2020 General Election mail ballot. You do NOT need to request a mail ballot.

You may verify YOUR ADDRESS IS CORRECT with the Clark County Election Department by logging in to Registered Voter Services.

You may drop-off voted mail ballots in-person at: 
Henderson City Hall
September 28-October 29


Complete mail ballot drop-off schedule and list of locations


Early Voting

You may vote in-person:
October 17-30

  • Heritage Park Senior Center
  • Galleria at Sunset (event tent near La-Z-Boy)
  • Silver Springs Recreation Center

All early voting sites (shown below) are also mail ballot drop-off locations. 

Complete Early Voting Schedule

Early Voting

Election Day Vote Centers

On Election Day, you may vote at one of more than 100 Vote Centers.
Tuesday, November 3

Election Day Vote Center Locations

If you decide to vote in-person instead of by mail, you must do one of the following:

  • If you have your mail ballot, surrender your voted or unvoted mail ballot (preferably in the packet sent to you) to an election official at the voting site.
  • If you do not have your mail ballot, you will sign an affirmation at the voting site swearing that you have not already voted in the current election and that you understand no one may attempt to vote or actually vote more than once in the same election.

Voting or attempting to vote more than once in the same election is a felony (NRS 293.760).

For additional questions, you may call the Clark County Election Department at 702-455-VOTE or the City of Henderson, Office of the City Clerk at 702-267-1400.

For coronavirus prevention reasons, some sites may be subject to temporary closure or revised times, until further notice. For updates, check

Municipal Elections

Henderson Municipal Elections are governed by Nevada Revised Statues (NRS). Municipal elections are held in conjunction with the statewide election calendar in even-numbered years. The next City of Henderson Municipal Election will be held in 2022. 

Visit the About - Mayor and Council webpage to learn more about how they are elected.

Initiatives & Referenda

Initiatives and referenda are processes that allow Nevada citizens to utilize a petition circulation process to propose new legislation, amend the Nevada Constitution or existing state statutes or approve or disapprove of existing laws. They are both methods of involving voters directly in the legislative process of government.

For additional information, visit the Nevada Secretary of State's website. The site contains important deadlines, guides, forms and maps.

2019 Legislative Session


The passage of AB50 mandates that the City of Henderson Municipal Elections be moved to the statewide election calendar held in even-numbered years. The next City of Henderson municipal election will be held in 2022. Current elected officials terms have been extended by 1.7 years.

Extended Terms


AB282 requires a ballot question be presented to Henderson voters on ward-only voting for Henderson council members. The question will be placed on the November 2022 ballot. If the ballot question passes, ward-only voting will apply to primary and general elections and go into effect immediately upon passage.