Mail it in, Nevada

Mail in your vote for this year’s primary election

For the safety of all Nevadans, and as a temporary measure to help slow the spread of COVID-19, the 2020 Nevada primary election will be conducted through mail-in ballots.

make sure you postmark your ballot by june 9th



You're Ready to Vote. Now What?

Casting your vote by mail is not only safe and secure, it’s easy for you. If you’re not sure how to complete and mail in your ballot, we can help.

Don't have your ballot?

Only Active Registered Voters will receive a Mail-in Ballot.

Make sure you are registered to vote in the 2020 primary election. Check your status or update your mailing address today to be certain you get your ballot in time. 

Frequently Asked Questions & Myths vs. Facts

Voting by mail may be new to you. If you have questions, we have answers.

Hearing a lot about mail-in voting and not sure what’s true? Get the facts here.

Each county will send out ballots to active registered voters during the first two weeks of May. 

If you are an active registered voter in Nevada and haven’t received your ballot, contact your county voter office

No, ballot envelopes are barcoded to the individual voter. Upon return, only one ballot from any voter is accepted — the first one in. Others are rejected, and if criminal intent is suspected, the voter could be prosecuted. Ballots in an envelope with no barcode are rejected.

Only active registered voters in the state of Nevada will be mailed ballots. If you’re a registered voter, make sure your address is current at the Nevada Voter Registration website. 

Your ballot must be postmarked no later than June 9, 2020, in order to be received and counted. 

The decision, made in partnership with the 17 Nevada counties, to conduct the primary election by mail is because of the many health and safety concerns surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as the immediate need to be proactive with preparations for the election. An election conducted by mail keeps Nevadans and poll workers healthy, and keeps voting accessible to registered voters.

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