Same-day registration is also available during the entire 14 days of Early Voting and on Election Day. It allows you to register and vote on the same day at any early voting site or at any Election Day Vote Center. You will be required to show a current and valid Nevada Driver's License or State Identification Card that displays your current residential address where you actually live.
Hours and days vary by site. A complete schedule with specific sites, dates, and hours will be available as follows:
- The Clark County Election Department
You may find the schedule on our website, call (702) 455-VOTE (8683), or send an e-mail.
- Early Voting Schedule Brochures
Available anywhere you find Voter Registration Applications, e.g., Department of Motor Vehicles, post offices, libraries, etc. (State/Federal Elections only).
- Sample Ballot
Your sample ballot contains an early voting schedule. Sample ballots are sent before early voting begins.
The Registrar of Voters publishes the schedule during the week before the period for early voting begins and at least once each week during the period for early voting.
Long-term sites are those where early voting is conducted at the same location for longer durations or all 14 days of early voting. They are usually in high-traffic areas, such as major shopping malls, Election Department offices, or City Clerks’ offices in municipal elections in odd-numbered years. These sites have 10 to 30 voting machines.
Short-Term (Neighborhood) Sites
Short-term neighborhood sites are those where early voting is conducted at a location for shorter durations of one to a few days and then moves on. These sites are at smaller facilities (local supermarkets, libraries, community centers, etc.) and ensure voters in the County have access to a site located in their neighborhood. These sites have 6 to 15 voting machines.
Voting Early (Before Election Day) is Easy, Convenient and Popular