Last Updated on August 17, 2018
You Do Not Need A Voter Registration Card to Vote
You do NOT need to show your Voter Registration Card when you vote early (before Election Day) or vote on Election Day. You may vote whether or not you have it with you. But, having it handy will make the sign-in process easier. If you do not have a Voter Registration Card and would like a replacement, call (702) 455-VOTE (8683) or send an e-mail to
When to Expect Your Voter Registration Card
Election Department will mail you a Voter Registration Card whenever:
If you do not receive your Card within two weeks after submitting a Voter Registration Application or updating your registration, or if you lose your card and would like another, call (702) 455-VOTE (8683) or send an e-mail to
Voter Registration Cards are Non-Forwardable Mail
If the post office returns your Voter Registration Card to the
Election Department as being “undeliverable” or indicating you have moved, your registration may be made “INACTIVE." That means the
Election Department will stop sending you sample ballots and election-related materials in the mail (although you may still vote early or at the Election Day polling place for your address that is listed in your registration records).
Information on Your Voter Registration Card
Your residential address and mailing address (if different from residential address)
Your political party affiliation
Your precinct number
The political districts in which you are entitled to vote
You language preference (English, Spanish, or Filipino/Tagalog)
Registration ("REG ID") bar code that can facilitate quicker check-in at early voting sites or Election Day vote centers.
See Your Registration Data Online
Quickly see your current registration data by logging-in to
Registered Voter Services and selecting
View My Registration Information from the dropdown menu.
Sample of the Front of a Voter Registration Card
Sample of the Back of a Voter Registration Card