There are many ways to register to vote or update your registration in Nevada.
Online applications are available through the Secretary of State or the DMV. Printed applications are available from the DMV and many other sources.
The DMV offers the voter registration application in English and Spanish throughout Nevada and in Tagalog in most larger DMV offices.
The DMV forwards applications to the appropriate County Clerk or Registrar of Voters. The county official determines whether an applicant is qualified and completes the actual registration.
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You can complete a voter registration application to register or update your current registration online if you hold a Nevada driver's license or ID card. You must wait 7-10 days after applying for a license or ID to use this service.
You may also view your current voter registration.
You can complete a voter registration application to register or update your current registration online during a Change of Address, License/ID Renewal or Duplicate request through a MyDMV account.
You can complete a voter registration application to register or update your current registration at any DMV office.
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.