The DMV gives you the opportunity to register to vote. When you apply for a driver license, ID card, renewal or change of address, we will ask whether you wish to register or update your registration and give you the correct form.
You may complete the form in person at the office and submit it to the DMV. We will forward it to your County Clerk or Registrar of Voters. You may also take the form and mail it or deliver it yourself.
"Motor Voter" was established by the National Voter Registration Act of 1993 and Nevada law. Qualified voters can request a registration form any time at a DMV office.
The DMV can update the address on your voter registration automatically when you change your address with us if you move within the same county. Look for check boxes on the license application or change of address form. For any other changes to your registration, you must use online services or submit a paper form.
You can register to vote or update your information without visiting the DMV. Follow these links:
A valid Nevada driver license or ID card is required for the Secretary of State online registration. You must wait 7-10 days after applying for a license or ID to use this service.
The close of registration to vote is 30 days prior to the election. Applications must be date stamped or postmarked by the 30th day. Any applications dated after the 30th day will not be entitled to vote in the upcoming election, but are held for the next election.
To register to vote you must:
Customers who want to register to vote on an absentee ballot must also register in person at the County Clerk's or Registrar's Office.