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Voter Information


For those who haven't voted yet or received the ballot in the mail here are the three locations in Clark county that will be available for on-site voting on Tuesday.

Desert Breeze Community Center at 8275 Spring Mountain Road

Paradise Recreation Center at 4775 S. McLeod Drive and

The election department main office at 965 Trade Drive in North Las Vegas.

We’ve received a lot of questions of what exactly vote by mail is going to look like. Here’s what we know so far:
Because of the Governor's directives during the COVID-19 outbreak, our State will be conducting the 2020 Primary Election through MAIL-IN-BALLOTS. You will receive these ballots starting next week.

Your ballot should have arrived between May 4th and May 9th.

If you did not receive your packet by now, you MUST vote in person at the locations above on June 9, 2020. If you are not registered to vote, you may register AND vote on the same day, Tuesday June 9, 2020 at the above listed locations. 

If yo have received your ballot, you may still vote, however, YOU MUST MAIL IT AND IT MUST be postmarked no later than JUNE 9, 2020. 

Ballot Completion Directions


In partnership with the 17 counties in Nevada, the 2020 primary election will be conducted by mail. To complete your ballot and cast your vote, here’s what you need to know. 

Receiving Your Ballot

A ballot will be sent to the mailboxes of all active registered voters in Nevada in early May. Be sure to check your voter registration and address online prior to May 21. If you’re not yet a registered voter, you can register online up until May 21 in order to receive a ballot by mail. Each county will send the ballot on a unique schedule, but you should expect to have your ballot in hand by May 16. 

Each county ballot is a little bit different, but the steps for completion and mailing are generally the same. If you have further questions or need additional help, please contact your county election office. You can also review a list of important upcoming dates for this election.  

Completing Your Ballot

Step 1: Receive your ballot in the mail and open it up. 

Inside, you should have:

  • A Ballot
  • Set of Instructions
  • Privacy Sleeve (which sometimes doubles as your instruction sheet)
  • Return Envelope

Step 2: Refer to your instruction sheet for important information. 

Some guidelines include:

  • Use a black or blue ink pen (not felt/marker) to complete your ballot.
  • Fill the oval of your choices completely.
  • If you make a mistake, do not use correction fluid or tape. Cross out the name of the candidate or question you didn’t want to vote for. Make sure the bubble of the candidate or question you did want to vote for is fully filled in.

Step 3: Fill out your ballot.

  • You don’t have to vote in every category.
  • If you vote multiple times in one category, no vote will be counted.

Step 4: Detach the ballot stub. 

  • This is yours to keep for your records.
  • Be careful when you detach it so you don’t damage your ballot.

Step 5: Insert your ballot into the privacy sleeve. 

  • This may be a separate sleeve or your instruction sheet may double as a privacy sleeve.
  • Part of your ballot may stick out, that’s okay; your vote is safe and private. 

Step 6: Slide the privacy sleeve (with ballot inside) into the return envelope.

  • Please only include one ballot per envelope. 
  • If you include multiple ballots in one envelope, none of them will be counted.

Step 7: Sign and seal your return envelope. 

  • Depending on your return envelope, you may need to sign it before you seal it.
  • The signature location varies by county, but each return envelope should be clearly marked with a “Sign Here” line. 
  • Your signature will be compared with the signature on your voter registration.
  • If your ballot is not signed, this security check cannot be completed and your vote can not be counted. 

Step 8: Mail it in!

  • In order to be counted, your ballot must be postmarked by Election day, June 9.
  • If you accidentally damage your ballot and you need a new one prior to June 2, please contact your county registrar’s office.

Step 9: Tune in for election results. 

  • All counties must certify election results no later than 10 days after election day.


Vote by Mail by clicking Here

Deadline for Requesting an Absent Ballot

A request to vote an Absent Ballot must be received by your local county election official no later than 5 p.m. on the fourteenth calendar day [BEFORE] an election. Requests should be submitted as early as possible to allow enough time to receive, mark, return and ensure your absent ballot is received by your County Clerk/Registrar's office no later than 7 p.m. on Election Day.

 Register to Vote by clicking Here    




JUNE 9, 2020 (TUESDAY)







Vote 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.

on Election Day at any Vote Center of your choice 

in Clark County,

Locations Will be posted as soon as available




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