STARTING JANUARY 1, 2020, any Clark County registered voter for any reason may now make a
one-time request to receive a PERMANENT mail/absentee ballot for all future
elections. After submittal of this
request, you will no longer need to submit a mail/absentee ballot request
on an annual basis, as was previously required. This request will remain in effect as long as
you keep your address current with the Election Department AND vote by mail rather than in-person.
The Election Department
must receive your WRITTEN mail/absentee ballot request in its office by 5:00 p.m. on or before the 14th day before Election Day
for you to vote by mail in the current election. May 26
is the due date for the June 9, 2020 Primary Election. October 20
is the due date for the November 3, 2020 General Election.
Remember that during an election, you may see your mail/absentee ballot status online. Log in to
Registered Voter Services
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.
MILITARY AND OVERSEAS VOTERS HAVE DIFFERENT RULES AND DEADLINES.
THEY MUST USE THE FPCA (FEDERAL POST CARD APPLICATION)
MAIL/ABSENTEE BALLOT REQUEST PROCESS.