Last Updated August 2, 2021
Field Registrars are volunteers trained by the Election Department to register qualified voters on behalf of the Registrar of Voters. Field Registrars cannot engage in partisan activities while representing the Election Department.
To become a Field Registrar, you must:
Be a registered voter in Clark County
Not be a candidate for nomination or election
Not be laboring under any felony conviction or other loss of civil rights
Have photo identification
Successfully complete Field Registrar training
Prospective Field Registrars must attend about two hours of training on the lawful conduct of their activities, including:
Policies, procedures, and restrictions
Custody of registration materials
Applicants must pass a brief written examination at the end of the training session. Successful applicants must sign a Field Registrar Oath and will receive an identification badge to wear while registering voters.
The Election Department is currently scheduling voter registration classes with limited capacity for all new and existing Field Registrars. Because of the ongoing COVID-19 restrictions and to comply with state regulations and county guidelines, the Election Department is continuing to follow the mandated mask requirement and all those attending a class will be required to wear masks, regardless of their vaccination status. If you are interested in attending one of our upcoming Field Registrar voter registration classes, please download and review the training class schedule brochure and contact Daniel Moralez at (702) 455-0076 or at Daniel.Moralez@ClarkCountyNV.gov for more information or to schedule a class.
Existing Field Registrars
All current Field Registrar badges expired on June 30, 2021. To continue as a Field Registrar, you are required to attend a Field Registrar Training class to renew your badge. Please be advised that the deadline to complete a new Field Registrar training class for existing Field Registrars is Tuesday, September 14, 2021
. If no arrangement has been made with the Election Department by this date, your Field Registrar appointment will become inactive, and you will be placed on a canceled
status. Please contact Daniel Moralez at (702) 455-0076 or at Daniel.Moralez@ClarkCountyNV.gov
for more information or to schedule a class.
Classes for Groups or Organizations Conducting Registration Drives
Groups and organizations that wish to register voters, but do not want to become Field Registrars, may obtain mail-in Voter Registration Applications for registration drives
, upon meeting certain conditions. These groups may make arrangements to attend a mail-in Voter Registration Application distribution class (when available) in lieu of a field registrar class. Please contact Daniel Moralez at (702) 455-0076 or at Daniel.Moralez@ClarkCountyNV.gov
for more information.
"Notice of Intent"
On or before MAY 23, 2021, all currently appointed Field Registrars must account for the unused Voter Registration Applications that he or she did not return to the Clark County Registrar of Voters, per NRS 293.505(5)
. To meet this requirement, Field Registrars must complete and submit a "Notice of Intent
" form by the above deadline. The form also provides notification of whether the person intends to continue serving as a Field Registrar. You may print the "Notice of Intent
" form from our website.
Updating your Field Registrar Application
See our page on Unlawful Acts/Prohibitions
for Field Registrars to review Federal and State laws, violations, punishments, and penalties.