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What you need to know about mail-in ballots, voting in Clark County

Posted at 7:17 AM, Sep 23, 2020
and last updated 2020-09-23 11:53:11-04

LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — This year in Nevada, all registered voters will automatically receive a mail-in ballot.

In order to make sure you get one, it is important you check your registration information -- and make sure the information is correct.

The county will not be able to send out ballots to voters listed as inactive. Nearly 40,000 voters are currently listed as such.

To check on your registration status, click here.

To answer any lingering questions and go over what it takes to make sure your vote is counted properly, Clark County Registrar Of Voters Joe Gloria joined us on Good Morning Las Vegas today. Watch in the player above.


The deadline to register by mail is Oct. 6.

To register online, you have until Oct. 29.

You can also register to vote during the day of the election if you are voting in-person.

You’ll be able to drop off your mail-in ballot at all voting locations.

On Election Day, Nov. 3, more than 120 in-person voting centers will be available across the county. For polling locations in Nevada click here.