CLICK HERE FOR AN FPCA TO FILL-IN, SAVE, AND PRINT (PDF).
The Federal Voting Assistance Program (FVAP) has more information.
Military and overseas voters need to submit an FPCA
EACH CALENDAR YEAR
in which they wish to receive a mail/absentee ballot.
DUE DATES AND TIMEFRAMES FOR THE "FEDERAL POST CARD APPLICATION" (FPCA)
OCTOBER 6, 2020 DUE DATE FOR POSTAL MAIL SUBMITTALS: Military and overseas residents must submit an FPCA sent by postal mail for the November 3, 2020 State/Federal General Election no later October 6, 2020 (postmark date) to register to vote or update existing registration, and to request a mail/absentee ballot.
OCTOBER 29, 2020 DUE DATE FOR SUBMITTALS BY E-MAIL AND FAX: Military and overseas residents must submit an FPCA sent by e-mail or fax for the November 3, 2020 State/Federal General Election no later than October 29, 2020 (transmission date) to register to vote or update existing registration, and to request a mail/absentee ballot.
Timeframe of When to Expect Your Mail/Absentee Ballot
Delivery of mail ballots begins 45 days before Election Day for all voters. If you request a mail/absentee ballot and do not receive it at least 10 days before Election Day, IMMEDIATELY contact the Clark County Election Department. Do not delay as short timeframes will make it difficult for you to receive, vote and return a mail/absentee ballot by 7:00 p.m. on Election Day.
Voted FPCA Mail/Absentee Ballot Due Date and Time
Due dates for your voted FPCA mail/absentee ballot vary according to how you send it:
Postal Mail: Voted mail/absentee ballots must be postmarked on or before Election Day and received by the Election Department on or before the seventh day after Election Day. Previously, the Election Department had to receive voted mail/absentee ballots in its office by 7:00 p.m. on Election Day. That was revised in 2019 by AB345.
- Electronic Transmission (E-Mail or Fax): The Election Department must RECEIVE electronically transmitted voted FPCA mail/absentee ballots no later than 7:00 p.m. on Election Day, in order for your ballot to be counted.
See the FVAP for detailed information on Nevada.
REGISTER TO VOTE AND/OR REQUEST A MAIL/ABSENTEE BALLOT
Use the FPCA
To register to vote and/or request a mail/absentee ballot, military personnel and their dependents (spouse or children over 18) temporarily living outside of the state of Nevada, and Clark County residents temporarily living overseas, should submit a “Registration and Absentee Ballot Request - Federal Post Card Application” (FPCA) instead of the standard Registration Application and/or Mail Ballot Request Card.
SUBMITTING YOUR COMPLETED FPCA
FPCA Submission Options (Choose Only One)
- Postal Mail: Mail your completed and signed FPCA directly to:
Clark County Election Dept.
Mail Ballot Section
P.O. Box 3910
Las Vegas, NV 89127-3910
- Fax: Fax your completed and signed FPCA directly to the Clark County Election Department at 1 (702) 455-7424.
- E-Mail: SCAN your completed and signed FPCA. Include the scanned FPCA as an attachment to an e-mail, with the subject line "Official Nevada FPCA". Send it to one of the following addresses:
Questions for the Clark Count Election Department
If you have any questions, please contact the Election Department at (702) 455-6552 or send an e-mail to elinfo@ClarkCountyNV.gov.
Resources from the FVAP
For more detailed information, go to the applicable Federal Voting Assistance Program (FVAP) website:
- Military: Information for persons who are active-duty members of the Armed Forces, Merchant Marine, Public Health Service, NOAA, or spouses or children over 18 of one of the above.
- Overseas Voters (Other Than Military): Information for persons who are a U.S. citizens living outside the U.S. for work, school, etc.