What to do for Nevada voter registration… for the Nov. 3 election
Is there a deadline to register to vote? Yes. In Nevada, online voter registration closes Oct. 29. You can also register and vote in person (!) at a polling location up through Election Day, Nov. 3.
Do you need to confirm that you are registered to vote? You can view your voter registration to confirm that your information is correct.
Are there voting changes due to the pandemic. Yes. Nevada is automatically mailing ballots to all active voters.
What is the deadline for voting? November 3. Mail-in ballots must be postmarked (or dropped off in person) by Nov. 3 AND received by Nov. 10. Considering giving the post office more time than one week AND/OR attach a USPS first-class (55 cent) stamp to the mail-in ballot.
What are the Washoe county polling locations? For in person voting during early-voting or on Election Day, a variety of Washoe County polling locations are available.
What should you do if you are a full-time college student? You can choose to vote in Washoe County, or in your home county if it’s outside of Washoe County. You must be registered in the county where you plan to cast your vote.
Visit the Nevada Secretary of State or Washoe County Registrar of Voters for more information, including the offices up for election on Nov. 3 and candidate profiles.
Do your civic duty. Review the candidate profiles and vote. Democracy is not a spectator sport.
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