Registered voters can access their voting information at nvsos.gov/votersearch by entering their first and last names, date of birth, and driver's license number or social security number. From there, they can update their address or change their party affiliation without completing a paper application.
Online voter registration is currently available to residents with DMV-issued identification in Clark, Churchill, Lyon and Elko counties. The Elections Division is collaborating with all Nevada counties to launch online voter registration prior to the general election.
To find information about registering to vote, visit the "Election Center" on the Secretary of State's website, www.nvsos.gov, or by clicking here.
Do you need to register to vote? Change your address? Do you need more information about the Ballot Questions? Or maybe you want to volunteer at the polls?
All this information and much, much more can be found at the Clark County Election Department website. Click here to access that website. Clicking on this link will open a new window in your browser.
The Nevada Secretary of State’s website is a great resource for all things election. With early voting coming up in just a few weeks, you may wish to go ahead and start doing your homework now on the initiatives that will be on the ballot. Information can be found on the Nevada Secretary of State website. You may also wish to check out the 2010 Initiative and Referendum Guide.
Another valuable resource is the League of Women Voters' Education Fund website on election information. Click here to go to that website.
The League's work in Las Vegas
Our voters service work is often the first thing the public thinks of when they hear about the League of Women Voters. The basic principle of voters service is nonpartisanship—providing unbiased, factual information to help citizens make their own informed decisions on election day.
The Voter Services committee oversees and coordinates the League's efforts to provide this nonpartisan information to as many voters as possible with accurate, timely and useful nonpartisan information on candidates and election issues, and although we promote citizen participation in elections, we strive—above all—to get out the educated vote.
Our 2010 Voter Guide is currently available here. Check back often to learn about the election activities planned by the League of Women Voters of Las Vegas Valley in the coming months.
Photo: Former League President Kathleen Dickinson at the 2008 Candidate's Forum at the College of Southern Nevada