Your 2020 Election Voting Guide

How, where, and when to vote in the 2020 Caucus and Primary

The 2020 primaries are already well underway, and the 2020 General Election is coming this November. Here's News 3's official guide to the election!

How to Register to Vote

Nevada voters can register to vote online at the Nevada Secretary of State website.

To register to vote online, you must be a citizen of the United States, and have a valid ID issued by the Nevada DMV. You must be 18 years of age when the election takes place, and you must also reside in the county you're registering in at the time of the next election.

You can also register by filling out and mailing in a voter registration form, which you can either download or request to have mailed to you. Anyone who wishes to register to vote in-person can visit the Clark County Election Department, any City Clerk's office, the DMV, or any Nevada State Welfare Agency or WIC office.

Military and overseas voters should use the Federal Post Card Application to register and to request an absentee ballot for voting.

What Precinct are you?

Registered Democrats who wish to determine their precinct ahead of the 2020 Caucus can enter their address on This will tell you your precinct number, along with nearby early voting locations, along with where you're expected to vote on the day of the caucus.

If you live in Clark County, you can also also find your precinct on the Clark County Precinct Map.

Where to Vote, When to Vote?

2020 Caucus

Between February 15 and February 18, 2020, Democrats can vote at a number of early voting locations that are listed online.

On Caucus day, February 22, voters are expected to meet at their designated caucus location, which can be found by entering your address online.

The GOP is not holding a caucus in Nevada in 2020, so there are no voting locations listed.

2020 General Election

Early voting for the 2020 General Election begins on November 3, 2020, with early voting starting Saturday, October 17, 2020.

Voting location centers will be made available in a sample ballot sent out to your home, or by checking out the vote center location tool on

Absentee Voting

All registered voters can request an absentee ballot from the Nevada secretary of State, so long as the request is received on the 14th calendar day before an election. First-time voters who vote by mail must submit official identification and proof of residency with your registration application of absentee ballot request form.

Problems at the Polls?

Any potential violations of election law can be reported to the Nevada Secretary of State. Formal complaints will require you to fill out an Election Integrity Violation Report and send it to the following address:

101 North Carson Street, Suite 3
Carson City, NV 89701-3714

Fax: 775-684-5718