2/6/2018 - NEW PERMANENT MAIL/ABSENTEE BALLOTS FOR THE DISABLED AND SENIORS


​Any registered voter may request a mail ballot for any reason, but they MUST submit a written request each calendar year in which they want to vote by mail, UNLESS they have disabilities or are age 65 and older.
 
 
Nevada's SB447 of 2017 now allows persons with disabilities or who are 65 and older to make a special request for a mail/absentee ballot for all future elections, thus eliminating the need for an annual request. Such persons may PERMANENTLY and AUTOMATICALLY receive mail/absentee ballots after they submit their initial one-time request for the special service.
 
Get started with requesting standard or special, permanent mail/absentee ballots by using Registered Voter Services on the Election Department's website at www.ClarkCountyNV.gov/vote. Log-in to Registered Voter Services and select Request a Mail/Absentee Ballot from the dropdown menu to print a form to complete and sign. You may submit your printed form by postal mail or drop it off in-person at the Election Department. You may also scan the form to e-mail it to MailBallotRequest@ClarkCountyNV.gov or you may fax it to (702) 455-2831. Call (702) 455-6552 if you wish to have a request form sent to you through the post office.
  
The Election Department must receive your mail/absentee ballot request in its office by 5 p.m. on the Tuesday before Election Day for you to vote by mail in the current election. June 5 is the due date for the June 12 Primary Election. October 30 is the due date for the November 6 General Election (if you did not already submit a request in 2018).
 
Remember that during an election, you may see your mail/absentee ballot status online. Log in to Registered Voter Services and select Track my Mail Ballot from the dropdown menu.
 
Voting by mail is easy. But, YOU must initiate the process for the type of mail/absentee mail ballot you want and are qualified to receive.  Don't wait until the last minute.  Submit your properly completed request as soon as possible to avoid missing deadlines.
  
See our page about mail/absentee ballot services for more information.
Last modified on 5/2/2018 13:36