Important Dates

Last Updated on July 28, 2021
IMPORTANT DATES FOR 2022

JUNE 14, 2022, PRIMARY ELECTION (STATE/FEDERAL)
All voters registered in Clark County, NV, may vote from 7am to 7pm on Election Day at any Vote Center of their choice in Clark County, including those who received a mail ballot and did not yet return it.

A Primary Election is a preliminary (nominating) election to select, when necessary, Democratic, Republican, and nonpartisan candidates who will run in the General Election contests (except candidates for special district offices because they will only appear in the General Election). The direct vote of the people selects the candidates, rather than votes of convention delegates. In State/Federal Elections, Nevada has CLOSED Primary Elections. (NRS 293.257) The Primary Election must be held on the second Tuesday in June of each even-numbered year. (NRS 293.175(1))

April 15, 2022
Friday

Opt-Out Deadline for Mail Ballots: The last day for the Election Department to RECEIVE WRITTEN OR ONLINE requests to not receive a mail ballot is 60 days before Election Day.  (Sections 3 and 51 of AB321 of the 2021 Legislative Session)

April 30, 2022
Saturday

Deadline for the Start of Mailing of Military and Overseas Ballots: Mail ballots must be ready for distribution to military and overseas voters no later than 45 days before Election Day.  (NRS 293D.320)

May 5, 2022
Thursday

Deadline for the Start of Mailing of Out-of-State Ballots: Mail ballots must be ready for distribution to out-of-state voters no later than 40 days before Election Day.  (NRS 293.309(2)(a)(2))

May 17, 2022
Tuesday

Deadline for Standard Registration: The last day to register to vote or to update your existing registration without having to do so on the Secretary of State's website is the fourth Tuesday before Election Day.  (NRS 293.560)

May 18-31, 2022
Wednesday-Tuesday

Online Only Extended Standard Registration and Updates (14 Days): Register to vote or update your existing registration online ONLY on the Secretary of State's website. (NRS 293.560(1)(a)(2), NRS 293.560(2), and Section 43 of AB321 revising NRS 293.5837(2))

  • NOTE:  If you register or update your registration on or after May 26, you will NOT be sent a sample ballot for the current election for the new or updated registration. (NRS 293.565(7))

May 25, 2022
Wednesday

Deadline for the Start of Mailing of In-State Ballots: Mail ballots must be ready for distribution to in-state voters no later than 20 days before Election Day.  (NRS 293.309(2)(a)(1))

May 28-June 10, 2022
Saturday-Friday

Early Voting (14 Days): Any voter registered in Clark County (including those who received a mail ballot) may vote at any early voting site within the County. Hours and days vary by location. (NRS 293.3568)

In-Person Same-Day Registration and Updates at Early Voting Sites (14 Days): Register to vote or update your existing registration in-person at any early voting site of your choice. You must immediately vote at that site.

  • Requirements only for same-day registration (not updates):
    • You may only vote a provisional ballot with all offices and contests that would be on a regular ballot at the site where you registered.
    • You must show a current and valid (unexpired with current Clark County, NV, residential address) NEVADA driver’s license, NEVADA DMV issued state identification card, or NEVADA DMV Interim Document.
    • Be prepared to also show additional proof of residency IF none of the above have your current Clark County, NV, residential address on them (provisions are available for homeless persons). Proof of residency supplements the above-required items and does NOT substitute for them.
    • Your provisional ballot will be counted only after verification of your registration data and that you did not cast more than one ballot in the election.

(NRS 293.5832, 293.5842, and 293.5852)

June 1-14, 2022
Wednesday-Tuesday

Online Same-Day Registration and Updates (14 Days): Register to vote or update your existing registration online ONLY on the Secretary of State's website, up to and including Election Day. You will NOT be mailed a sample ballot for the current election for the new or updated registration and you may NOT vote by mail. You may only vote in person at any early voting site or Election Day vote center of your choice.

  • Requirements only for same-day registration (not updates):
    • You may only vote a provisional ballot with all offices and contests that would be on a regular ballot at an in-person voting site.
    • At the voting site, you must show a current and valid (unexpired with current Clark County, NV, residential address) NEVADA driver’s license, NEVADA DMV issued state identification card, or NEVADA DMV Interim Document.
    • Be prepared to also show additional proof of residency IF none of the above have your current Clark County, NV, residential address on them (provisions are available for homeless persons). Proof of residency supplements the above-required items and does NOT substitute for them.
    • Your provisional ballot will be counted only after verification of your registration data and that you did not cast more than one ballot in the election.

(Sections 42.5, 43, and 80.5 of AB321 of the 2021 Legislative Session, which revise NRS 293.560, 293.5837, 293C.527)

June 14, 2022
Tuesday
Election Day

Postmark Deadline: Voted mail ballots returned through the post office must be postmarked no later than Election Day. (Sections 8 and 56 of AB321 of the 2021 Legislative Session)

In-Person Same-Day Registration and Updates on Election Day: Register to vote or update your existing registration in-person at any Election Day vote center of your choice. You must immediately vote at that voter center.

  • Requirements only for same-day registration (not updates):
    • You may only vote a provisional ballot with all offices and contests that would be on a regular ballot at the site where you registered.
    • You must show a current and valid (unexpired with current Clark County, NV, residential address) NEVADA driver’s license, NEVADA DMV issued state identification card, or NEVADA DMV Interim Document.
    • Be prepared to also show additional proof of residency IF none of the above have your current Clark County, NV, residential address on them (provisions are available for homeless persons). Proof of residency supplements the above-required items and does NOT substitute for them.
    • Your provisional ballot will be counted only after verification of your registration data and that you did not cast more than one ballot in the election.

(NRS 293.5832, 293.5847, and 293.5852)

June 18, 2022
Saturday, 5pm

Deadline for Receiving Voted Mail Ballots Returned Through the Post Office: By 5pm on the fourth day after Election Day, the Election Department must receive your voted mail ballot postmarked no later than Election Day. (Sections 8 and 56 of AB321 of the 2021 Legislative Session)

June 20, 2022
Monday, 5pm

Deadline for Curing Mail Ballot Signature Issues: If a question arises about your signature on the outside of your mail ballot return envelope or if you did not put your signature on the outside of that envelope, the Election Department will notify you using the contact information in your voter registration. You will have until 5pm on the sixth day after Election Day to provide a signature confirmation or an actual signature, as applicable.  (Section 11 of AB321 of the 2021 Legislative Session)


NOVEMBER 8, 2022, GENERAL ELECTION (STATE/FEDERAL)
All voters registered in Clark County, NV, may vote from 7am to 7pm on Election Day at any Vote Center of their choice in Clark County, including those who received a mail ballot and did not yet return it.

Candidates who receive the most votes in a General Election are elected to office. You may vote for all offices and questions on the ballot for your precinct, regardless of your party affiliation. A General Election must be held throughout the State on the first Tuesday after the first Monday of November in each even-numbered year.  (NRS 293.12755)

September 9, 2022
Friday

Opt-Out Deadline for Mail Ballots: The last day for the Election Department to RECEIVE WRITTEN OR ONLINE requests to not receive a mail ballot is 60 days before Election Day.  (Sections 3 and 51 of AB321 of the 2021 Legislative Session)

September 24, 2022
Saturday

Deadline for the Start of Mailing of Military and Overseas Ballots: Mail ballots must be ready for distribution to military and overseas voters no later than 45 days before Election Day.  (NRS 293D.320)

September 29, 2022
Thursday

Deadline for the Start of Mailing of Out-of-State Ballots: Mail ballots must be ready for distribution to out-of-state voters no later than 40 days before Election Day.  (NRS 293.309(2)(a)(2))

October 11, 2022
Tuesday

Deadline for Standard Registration: The last day to register to vote or to update your existing registration without having to do so on the Secretary of State's website is the fourth Tuesday before Election Day.  (NRS 293.560)

October 12-25, 2022
Wednesday-Tuesday

Online Only Extended Standard Registration and Updates (14 Days): Register to vote or update your existing registration online ONLY on the Secretary of State's website.  (NRS 293.560(1)(a)(2), NRS 293.560(2), and Section 43 of AB321 revising NRS 293.5837(2))

  • If you register or update your registration on or after October 20, you will NOT be sent a sample ballot for the current election for the new or updated registration. (NRS 293.565(7)

October 19, 2022
Wednesday

Deadline for the Start of Mailing of In-State Ballots: Mail ballots must be ready for distribution to in-state voters no later than 20 days before Election Day.  (NRS 293.309(2)(a)(1))

Oct. 22-Nov. 4, 2022
Saturday-Friday

Early Voting (14 Days): Any voter registered in Clark County (including those who received a mail ballot) may vote at any early voting site within the County. Hours and days vary by location.  (NRS 293.3568)

In-Person Same-Day Registration and Updates at Early Voting Sites (14 Days): Register to vote or update your existing registration in-person at any early voting site of your choice. You must immediately vote at that site.

  • Requirements only for same-day registration (not updates):
    • You may only vote a provisional ballot with all offices and contests that would be on a regular ballot at the site where you registered.
    • You must show a current and valid (unexpired with current Clark County, NV, residential address) NEVADA driver’s license, NEVADA DMV issued state identification card or NEVADA DMV Interim Document.
    • Be prepared to also show additional proof of residency IF none of the above have your current Clark County, NV, residential address on them (provisions are available for homeless persons). Proof of residency supplements the above-required items and does NOT substitute for them.
    • Your provisional ballot will be counted only after verification of your registration data and that you did not cast more than one ballot in the election.

(NRS 293.5832, 293.5842, and 293.5852)

Oct. 26- Nov. 8, 2022
Wednesday-Tuesday

Online Same-Day Registration and Updates (14 Days): Register to vote or update your existing registration online ONLY on the Secretary of State's website, up to and including Election Day. You will NOT be mailed a sample ballot for the current election for the new or updated registration and you may NOT vote by mail. You may only vote in person at any early voting site or Election Day vote center of your choice.

  • Requirements only for same-day registration (not updates):
    • You may only vote a provisional ballot with all offices and contests that would be on a regular ballot at an in-person voting site.
    • At the voting site, you must show a current and valid (unexpired with current Clark County, NV, residential address) NEVADA driver’s license, NEVADA DMV issued state identification card or NEVADA DMV Interim Document.
    • Be prepared to also show additional proof of residency IF none of the above have your current Clark County, NV, residential address on them (provisions are available for homeless persons). Proof of residency supplements the above-required items and does NOT substitute for them.
    • Your provisional ballot will be counted only after verification of your registration data and that you did not cast more than one ballot in the election.

(Sections 42.5, 43 and 80.5 of AB321 of the 2021 Legislative Session, which revise NRS 293.560, 293.5837, 293C.527)

November 8, 2022
Tuesday
Election Day

Postmark Deadline: Voted mail ballots returned through the post office must be postmarked no later than Election Day.  (Sections 8 and 56 of AB321 of the 2021 Legislative Session)

In-Person Same-Day Registration and Updates on Election Day: Register to vote or update your existing registration in-person at any Election Day vote center of your choice. You must immediately vote at that voter center.

  • Requirements only for same-day registration (not updates):
    • You may only vote a provisional ballot with all offices and contests that would be on a regular ballot at the site where you registered.
    • You must show a current and valid (unexpired with current Clark County, NV, residential address) NEVADA driver’s license, NEVADA DMV issued state identification card, or NEVADA DMV Interim Document.
    • Be prepared to also show additional proof of residency IF none of the above have your current Clark County, NV, residential address on them (provisions are available for homeless persons). Proof of residency supplements the above-required items and does NOT substitute for them.
    • Your provisional ballot will be counted only after verification of your registration data and that you did not cast more than one ballot in the election.

(NRS 293.5832, 293.5847, and 293.5852)

November 12, 2022
Saturday, 5pm

Deadline for Receiving Voted Mail Ballots Returned Through the Post Office: By 5pm on the fourth day after Election Day, the Election Department must receive your voted mail ballot postmarked no later than Election Day. (Sections 8 and 56 of AB321 of the 2021 Legislative Session)

November 14, 2022
Monday, 5pm

Deadline for Curing Mail Ballot Signature Issues: If a question arises about your signature on the outside of your mail ballot return envelope or if you did not put your signature on the outside of that envelope, the Election Department will notify you using the contact information in your voter registration. You will have until 5pm on the sixth day after Election Day to provide a signature confirmation or an actual signature, as applicable.
(Section 11 of AB321 of the 2021 Legislative Session)