Can I vote in the state of Nevada if I am in the military or living overseas?
You can register to vote and request an absent ballot under the same procedures that any eligible Nevada resident can use. However, if you are in the military or living overseas, you can complete the Federal Postcard Application (FPCA), which is available at any military installation through the Voting Assistance Officer, any U.S. embassy or consulate, or online through the Federal Voting Assistance Program website, which is located at http://www.fvap.gov. Keep in mind, however, that there are strict deadlines by which you must submit your request for an absent ballot and/or your absent ballot to the appropriate local county election official.
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Additional Nevada Right to Vote FAQs
- What are the requirements to be eligible to vote in Nevada state and local elections?
- How do I register to vote in the state of Nevada?
- Where can I register to vote in the state of Nevada?
- When do I need to reregister to vote, or to update my voter registration in the state of Nevada?
- If I have been in prison or on parole, how can I have my voting rights restored in the state of Nevada?
- Is early voting available in the state of Nevada?
- Can I vote by mail in the state of Nevada?
- Do I have to reapply to vote for each election in the state of Nevada?
- What sort of identification do I have to provide in order to vote in the state of Nevada?