VOTER RESOURCES

ELECTION DAY

WHERE DO I VOTE

RIDE TO POLLS

VOTER HOTLINE

If you have an issue while voting or have a question, call (702) 455-8683 for the Clark County Election Department.

VOTING ON ELECTION DAY

Q: When is Election Day?
A: June 12, 2018

Q: How can I vote?
A: You may vote in person on Election Day at any Voting Center. Click HERE for Voting Center locations.

Q: Is there a voter hotline if I have questions?
A. If you have an issue while voting or have a question, call (702) 455-8683 for the Clark County Election Department.

Q: Can I get a ride to the polls?
A: Yes, absolutely! Email info@sherifflombardo.com to arrange a ride.

Q: When are polls open?
A: From 7 am to 7 pm on Tuesday, June 12, 2018.

Q: What should I take with me to the polls?
A: Your sample ballot

VOTING EARLY

You can Vote Early through June 8 at any of the Early Vote sites. Click HERE Early Vote for locations.

VOTING BY MAIL

Vote absentee by mail, provided you have requested an Absentee mail ballot form the Election Department in a timely fashion. Click HERE to access a mail ballot. Your mail ballot must be postmarked by June 5.  If you missed the deadline you still have the option of voting on an electronic voting machine at an early voting site or Election Day Vote Center.

You will need to do one of the following when you vote in-person instead of by mail:
•  If You Have Your Mail Ballot
Surrender your voted or unvoted Mail/Absentee Ballot (preferably in the packet sent to you) to an election official at the voting site. The election official will ask you for identification and then process you to vote.
•  If You Do Not Have Your Mail Ballot
You will sign an affirmation at the voting site swearing that you have not already voted in the current election and that you understand no one may attempt to vote or actually vote more than once in the same election. An election official will verify your affirmation against Election Department records.

Voter ID

Q: Do I need an ID to vote?
A: No, just bring your sample ballot to your polling place.

Q: Am I registered to vote?
A: Click HERE to check if you’re registered.