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125 voting sites open across Clark County on Election Day

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Posted at 10:34 PM, Nov 02, 2020
and last updated 2020-11-03 03:07:56-05

LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — Clark County voters may cast their ballots in person at any one of 125 vote centers open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Election Day, Nov. 3.

Every vote center is also a ballot drop-off location for those using their mail ballot to vote.

Anyone dropping off their mail ballot should not wait in line, but instead, go directly to the ballot drop box near the front of the polling place.


Anyone planning on voting in person should expect there may be lines at the polling places and be prepared to wait outside.

A list of all Election Day voting locations is available in voters’ sample ballots and on the Election Department website at ClarkCountyNV.gov.

Anyone planning to vote in person must be in line before 7 p.m. Tuesday in order to vote. As during early voting, any voter may vote at any Election Day polling place.

Voters are encouraged to identify several voting locations convenient to them in case their first choice has a long line and they want to find a less busy site.

Those planning on voting in person should use their sample ballot to prepare to vote and may want to bring their marked sample ballot with them to the voting site. Masks and social distancing will be required at all polling places, which will have additional staff to sanitize voting machines and other areas after each use.

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Voters may also use the postage-paid envelope provided to them with their mail ballot to send their ballot through the U.S. Postal Service. Ballots being returned through the mail must be postmarked Nov. 3 (tomorrow) or earlier to be counted. Anyone voting by mail ballot is reminded to sign the outside of the envelope with a blue or black pen. Please, do not sign your ballot or put your name, initials, or other stray marks on your ballot as under the law, that will disqualify your ballot.

Voters are encouraged to review the department website for additional information. Voters may also call the department hotline at 702-455-VOTE with questions.

About 378,000 County voters cast their ballots during early voting and more than 360,000 mail ballots have been returned so far.