HOW DO I KNOW WHERE TO VOTE?
You should have received a sample ballot. On the cover is printed the name of your Election Day polling place and a map. If you do not have your sample ballot, you can go to the Clark County Election Department’s Web site at www.accessclark county.com/elections or call 455-VOTE (8683).
DO I NEED TO BRING ID?
Most voters will not need identification. You would have to show ID if you are a newly registered voter and the driver’s license or Social Security number you provided did not match the government’s databases, or if you registered before 2006 without showing ID to an election official and have not previously voted in Clark County.
WHAT DOCUMENTS ARE ACCEPTABLE ID?
A current and valid photo ID or a copy of a current utility bill, bank statement, paycheck or document issued by a governmental entity that indicates the name and address of the voter.
WHAT SHOULD I DO IF A POLL WORKER SAYS I CANNOT VOTE?
If the polling place team leader or assistant team leader determines that you are ineligible to vote, you should be offered the chance to cast a provisional ballot, which would limit you to the presidential and congressional races.
CAN PEOPLE CAMPAIGN AT THE POLLING PLACES? WHAT SHOULD I DO IF I THINK SOMEONE IS BREAKING THE LAW?
No one is allowed to campaign within 100 feet of the entrance to the polling place. If you see someone violating this law, report it to the polling site’s team leader.
IF I MOVED AFTER REGISTERING TO VOTE, CAN I STILL VOTE IN THE PRECINCT WHERE I WAS FORMERLY REGISTERED?
Yes. In Nevada, if you moved and failed to update your registration information, you must vote at the polling site that serves the old address where you are registered.
WHOM DO I CALL IF I HAVE QUESTIONS?
Call 455-VOTE (8683). It is strongly recommended that you do not wait until Election Day to determine whether you are registered and where you are supposed to vote. Election Department phones are extremely busy on Election Day, and you might experience delays in getting through.