Will I receive a ballot automatically by mail this year?
- Yes, most voters will receive a ballot automatically this year! To ensure that you will receive a ballot, check online to confirm you are an ‘active voter’ and re-register if necessary by October 15.
- To see if you are an active voter, check here:
- After October 15, you can still vote! Register online until October 29, at 11:59 p.m. by going to iwillvote.com. You can also still register in-person during Early Vote (until October 30) and Election Day.
How do I vote by mail?
- When you get your ballot, read and follow the directions carefully!
- Use a blue or black pen to fill in the oval for the candidate you’re voting for.
- Put only your ballot inside the provided envelope then and seal and sign your envelope!
- Make sure to sign the back of the envelope using the same signature as the one you used when you registered to vote.
- Mail it through the USPS or drop it at a designated dropbox.
- It’s okay to have a friend or family member deliver it for you, but they must deliver within 3 days of receipt! And no later than November 3 at 7 p.m.
I voted by mail, now what?
- Tell your friends! Encourage them to vote too.
- If you’re concerned that your ballot was not received by the election department, contact your County Clerk/Registrar’s office.
- In Clark: You can track your ballot here!
- Login to Registered Voter Services and select “Track my Mail Ballot”.
I haven’t received my ballot, or I lost, or damaged my ballot, what should I do?
- If you lost your ballot, call our hotline for instructions: 888-525-VOTE (8683)
I didn’t get a mail ballot, I missed the voter registration deadline, but I’ve had an emergency – can I still vote?
- Yes! Please call our hotline at 888-525-VOTE (8683) and we’ll walk you through the necessary steps.
I’ve been informed my ballot was rejected, what do I do?
- Immediately call our hotline: 888-525-VOTE (8683)