You must complete a voter registration form and deliver or mail it to your County Clerk / Registrar of Voters’ Office. There are also a number of other agencies in the state of Nevada where you can complete voter registration forms, including all department of motor vehicles offices. If you are a first time voter, you must provide identification, such as a driver’s license, state identification card, or current bill with your address printed on it, whether you register in person or by mail. If you register by mail, your registration form must be postmarked at least thirty (30) days prior to the election. Additionally, your registration form must be postmarked within three (3) days of the date that you signed and dated the form. If you register in person, however, you can do so by completing a voter registration form in your local County Clerk / Registrar of Voters’ Office, at least twenty-one (21) days prior to the election in which you wish to vote.
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