- Register in Person or by Mail. Voter registration forms may be picked up at the City Clerk’s Office or at the Clark County Election Department.
- Register or Update Registration On-Line - If you have a current, valid Nevada Driver’s License or state I.D. Card, you can now register online. If you do not have one of the I.D.’s listed, you may still use online resources to help you register to vote. This option is also available for voters who are already registered and need to change their party or address; it is not available for name changes.
- Military personnel and their dependents temporarily living outside of Clark County, and Clark County residents temporarily living overseas should submit a "Registration and Absentee Ballot Request - Federal Post Card Application" (FPCA) instead of the standard Voter Registration Application. It is a combined Voter Registration Application and mail ballot request that eliminates the need to submit these items separately. The registration/mail ballot request is valid through the next two regularly scheduled general elections, for federal offices (e.g., 2014 and 2015). The FPCA is available from Voting Officers at military bases, U.S. embassies or consulates and the Election Department
- If you have questions regarding voter registration or any general election questions, please call Clark County Election Department at (702) 455-8683 (VOTE), or visit their web site at the following links.
- Registration: http://www.clarkcountynv.gov/Depts/election/Services/Pages/VoterRegistration.asp
Any registered voter, for any reason, may request a mail ballot. The request must be IN WRITING. You may fax your request to the Election Department at (702) 455-2831. The request must be received by that office on or before 5:00 p.m. on the Tuesday before election day. The request is only good for one election/calendar year; requests must be made each election year by the deadline to receive mail ballots for that election.
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FIRST TIME VOTERS:
Voters who did not provide I.D. when they registered must provide I.D. when they vote at early voting or on Election Day. If you did not provide identification when you registered and have not yet voted in a Clark County election:
You must provide a copy of your I.D. when you request a mail ballot for the first time.
If you do not include a copy of your I.D. with your mail ballot request, you may still submit it along with your voted mail ballot, inside the official return envelope.
If you still do not provide a copy of your I.D. along with your voted mail ballot in State and Federal elections, your ballot will become a provisional ballot. Only your choices for federal offices, e.g. President, U.S. Senate and Congress, will be counted AND only if you submit a copy of your I.D. to the Election Department by 5:00 p.m. on the Friday after election day.
If you never provide I.D., your ballot will not be counted.
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- Ward 3 Precinct Map
- Ward 4 Precinct Map
- Information regarding Registered Voter Statistics, Polling Place Locations and the need for Additional Absentee Ballot Request Forms (Political Parties/Special Interest Groups) can be obtained from the Clark County Election Department at (702) 455-VOTE or (702) 455-8683.
- Information regarding Voter Registration Applications and Absentee Ballot Request Forms can be obtained from the North Las Vegas City Clerk’s Office at (702) 633-1030 or the Clark County Election Department at (702) 455-VOTE or (702) 455-8683.
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