Vote in-person

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 before October 6, may need to provide a valid photo identification. 
    • 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. If your license has expired since March 12, unless you’re a senior for whom expired licenses have been extended for 1 year, check the status of its validity at the Nevada DMV.
  • Remember to wear your mask to protect yourself and others!

Early Voting

  • Look up your polling place 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.
    • Find your closest polling place at iwillvote.com.
  • 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.
    • 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. A license that expired after March 11 is valid through November 12, by order of the DMV.
  • 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.
  • If you are in line by 7 p.m. you are allowed to vote!

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