If you are a first time voter in the state of Nevada, and you want to vote by mail, you must provide a copy of an acceptable form of identification, such as current Nevada driver’s license or state identification card, car registration or proof of insurance, or a current utility or credit card bill. You must provide this identification along with either your voter registration application or your absent ballot request form.
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