VOTING RESOURCES

JUNE 9TH PRIMARY - ALL-MAIL ELECTION

Due to uncertainties surrounding the coronavirus pandemic, Nevada Secretary of State Barbara Cegavske has moved the June 9th primary to an all-mail election. All active registered voters in Nevada will be mailed an absentee ballot for the primary election.

 

On or before May 18th, Clark County voters will receive a mail ballot packet from the Clark County Election Department which will include:

 

  • A ballot and instructions for voting a mail ballot

  • A pre-addressed, postage-paid envelope that must be used for returning voted mail ballots

  • A list of mail ballot drop-off sites for voters to drop off their own voted mail ballot in-person in the event they are unable to put their ballot in the mail

 

Registered voters who do not receive their packet by May 18th should contact the Clark County Election Department at (702) 455 - 8683.

 

RETURNING YOUR VOTED MAIL BALLOT

The Clark County Election Department will process and count voted mail ballots that are returned in the envelope provided, but only if the outside envelope is signed by the voter. This is required for verification purposes.

 

The ballots must be submitted and received in one of the following ways:

  • Mailed Through the U.S. Post Office: To send your ballot by post mail, voters must:

    • Seal their envelope in the pre-addressed, postage-paid, return envelope included in the packet  they receive.

    • Sign the outside of the envelope in the space provided for their signature.

    • Make sure their signed envelope is postmarked by June 9th, 2020. Note that the Clark County Election Department must receive properly postmarked ballots by 5:00 p.m. on June 16th, 2020    (7 days after Election Day) for them to be counted.

  • Dropped-Off In-Person: Voters may also drop off their own  voted mail ballot, but only at one of the locations in the schedules below during the listed dates and hours. To do this, voters must:

    • Seal their voted mail ballot in the return envelope included in the packet they will receive.

    • Sign the outside of the envelope in the space provided for their signature.

    • Drop off their voted mail ballot no later than 7:00 p.m. on Election Day.

 

DROP-OFF LOCATIONS THROUGH FRIDAY, JUNE 5TH

These locations, dates, and hours
for dropping off mail ballots will
be available as soon as voters begin
receiving their mail ballot and

will continue through June 5th.

DROP-OFF LOCATIONS ON MONDAY, JUNE 8TH

On Monday, June 8th, voters may drop-off their own voted mail ballot in-person from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at the Clark County Election Department, 965 Trade Drive, North Las Vegas.

 

DROP-OFF LOCATIONS ON TUESDAY, JUNE 9TH (PRIMARY ELECTION DAY)

On Primary Election Day, voters
may drop-off their own mail ballot
in-person at the locations and
during the times listed below.

CLOSE OF STANDARD REGISTRATION

The deadlines to register to vote or update existing voter registration by mail or online in time for the June 9th Primary and still receive a regular mail ballot are:

 

  • May 12th is the last day to register to vote or update your existing voter registration by mail for the June 9th Primary Election.

  • May 21st is the last day to register to vote or update your existing registration on the Secretary of State’s website: www.registertovotenv.gov

 

SAME-DAY REGISTRATION AND SAME-DAY UPDATES OF EXISTING REGISTRATION

Online Registration and Updates: If you do not register to vote or update your existing voter registration by mail by May 12th, you may still do so through the Secretary of State’s website at www.registertovotenv.gov through Thursday, June 4th.

 

  • May 13 to May 21: If you register to vote or update your existing registration online between May 13 and May 21, within a week you will receive a regular mail ballot with your updated name, precinct, part, etc., as applicable.

  • May 22 to June 4 (Online Same-Day Registration and Same-Day Updates): If you register to vote or update your existing registration online between May 22 and June 4, you may only vote a paper provisional ballot in-person at the Clark County Election Department, which you must immediately turn in. You may not take your ballot out of the building. You must also show acceptable identification and provisional ballot voting. The address is 965 Trade Drive, Suite F, North Las Vegas, NV. The dates for in-person voting are May 23 to June 5 and also on June 9.

 

For more information on voting in the June 9th Primary Election, click here.

Paid for by Committee to Elect Roberta Lange | www.robertalange.com

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