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Nevada Voter Guides & Resources

Important Voting Deadlines

Next Election (General) — November 8th, 2022

Early Voting — October 22nd – November 4th, 2022

Last Day to Register by Mail — October 11th, 2022

Last Day to Register — October 11th, 2022

Last Day to Register by Mail — November 3rd, 2022

Deadline to Return Absentee Ballot — November 8th, 2022

Absentee Requirement

All registered voters in Nevada are eligible to vote absentee.

Registration Deadlines & Requirements

Nevada Registration Deadline

In-Person: Election Day.

By Mail: Postmarked 28 days before Election Day.

Online: 5 days before Election Day.

Nevada Registration Requirements

To register in Nevada you must:

• be a citizen of the United States

•Have attained the age of 18 years on the date of the next election;

• Have continuously resided in the State of Nevada, in your county, at least 30 days and in your precinct at least 10 days before the next election

• Have continuously resided in the State of Nevada, in your county, at least 30 days and in your precinct at least 10 days before the next election

• Not be determined by a court of law to be mentally incompetent

• Claim no other place as your legal residence. Preregistration for 17 Year Olds — A person who is 17 years of age or older but less than 18 years of age and meets all other qualifications to vote in Nevada can preregister to vote using any of the means available for a person to register to vote. A person who is preregistered to vote automatically becomes a registered voter on his or her 18th birthday. Felony Convictions — Unless a person has been convicted of certain specified felonies, a person convicted of a felony in Nevada is automatically restored the right to vote upon: (1) honorable discharge from parole or probation; or (2) the completion of his or her sentence and release from prison. Individuals are not permitted to vote in Nevada if the person is currently in prison, on parole, or on probation for a felony conviction. More information regarding the restoration of voting rights can be found on the Nevada Secretary of State’s website at: www.nvsos.gov.

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