Vote in-person

Where do I go to vote?

Some polling locations have changed, so you may need to go to a different location than previous years. Check your polling location at iwillvote.com.

What do I need to vote in-person?

  • The majority of voters do not need to bring anything to vote in-person.
  • First-time voters, who registered by October 6, but did not provide their Nevada ID information or the last 4 digits of their social security number, may need to provide a valid photo identification (this will be rare). 
    • Valid identification includes those issued by a Nevada university or college, Nevada state or federal government agencies, and tribal identification, among others. 
    • If it has an address that is no longer accurate, you will need a utility bill, bank statement, paycheck stub, or other document that has your registered address on it. 
  • Same-day registration is available if you have a valid Nevada DMV identification, including an “Interim Document” issued upon application for an identification. If your license has expired after March 11, it has been extended by the Nevada DMV until after the election and is still valid.
  • Remember to wear your mask to protect yourself and others!

Early Voting

  • Look up your polling place at iwillvote.com.
    • Some polling locations have changed since the last election. Know where to go – look up your polling location at iwillvote.com.
    • Clark and Washoe counties have open voting centers! This means you can vote at any location in the county.
    • Other counties may have an open voting center, but may also be precinct-specific. 
    • Early voting will run from October 17 to October 30. Hours and locations vary across the state.
  • If you are a first-time voter, bring a photo ID. If you have a different address than the one on your ID, also bring proof of residence such as a utility bill, bank statement, paycheck stub, or other document that has your registered address on it.

Election Day

  • Look up your polling place at iwillvote.com.
    • Some polling locations have changed since the last election. Know where to go – look up your 2020 polling location at iwillvote.com.
    • Clark and Washoe counties have open voting centers! This means you can vote at any location in the county.
    • Other counties may have an open voting center, but other locations may be precinct specific. 
  • All locations have same-day registration, but you must have a valid Nevada DMV-issued ID or “Interim Document” issued by the DMV upon application. A license that expired after March 11 is valid through November 12, by order of the DMV.
  • If you are a first-time voter, it’s a good idea to bring a photo ID. If you have a different address than the one on your ID, also bring proof of residence such as a utility bill, bank statement, paycheck stub, or other document that has your registered address on it.
  • If you are in line by 7 p.m. you are allowed to vote!

I’ve been told I’m not eligible to vote, or informed my ballot was rejected, what do I do?

  • Immediately call our hotline: 888-525-VOTE (8683)
  • ¡Llame a nuestra línea directa de protección al votante inmediatamente al 888-525-VOTE (8683)!
  • Kaagad tumawag sa aming Hotline Protection Voter sa 888-525-VOTE (8683)!

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