Online Voter Registration
If you have a valid Nevada's Driver's License or photo ID card, you may register to vote, update your address and change your political party affiliation online with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office
How can I check to see if I am registered to vote?
Where can you register to vote?
What are the registration requirements?
How to keep your voter registration current?
What are the registration deadlines?
How do I obtain a voter registration card?
- How can I check to see if I am registered to vote?
You may check the status of your Voter Registration online at: Clark County Registrar of Voters.
- Where can you register to vote?
- What are the registration requirements?
- Be a citizen of the United States
- Be 18 years of age by Election Day
- Be a Clark County resident for 30 consecutive days and a resident of your precinct for 10 days
- Must not have been convicted of a felony or other loss of civil rights that would make it unlawful to vote
- Not be determined by court of law to be mentally incompetent
- Claim no other place as your legal residence
- How to keep your voter registration current?
To keep your voter registration current, you must re-register to vote if any of the following occurs:
- Change of address
- Change of name by marriage or other legal means
- Change of party affiliation
- What are the registration deadlines?
- October 6, 2020 – Close of Mail-In and In-Person Standard Registration
- October 7-13, 2020 – Online Registration with Sample Ballot Delivery and with ID Required for Voting
- October 14-29, 2020 – Online Registration without Sample Ballot Delivery and with ID Required for Voting