Election Center Election Center To achieve full, lived equality for all LGBTQ+ people, Silver State Equality is committed to making sure every single pro-equality voter across Nevada makes their voice heard at the ballot box this year. Important Deadlines: 2022 Primary Election – June 14 Register to Vote: Online: By June 14 – click “Register to Vote” below to register or update your registration on the Nevada Secretary of State’s website if you have moved or changed your name. Note: If you register online after May 31, you will only be able to vote in person and must show a current and valid Nevada driver’s license, DMV-issued state identification card or Nevada DMV interim document with your current address on it. Same-day registration is available at any in-person polling place during Early Voting (May 28-June 10) and on Election Day (June 14). If you register in-person at an early voting site or Election Day voting site, you must show a current and valid Nevada driver’s license, DMV-issued state identification card or Nevada DMV interim document with your current address on it. Early Voting: Begins: May 28, 2022 Ends: June 10, 2022 Vote By Mail Ballots: Return by: Must be postmarked by Tuesday, June 14, 2022 OR returned in-person by 7:00 PM on Tuesday, June 14. Note: ALL registered voters will receive a mail in ballot this year. Register to VoteClick here to register to vote online through the Nevada Secretary of State’s Office.Vote By Mail Vote By Mail All registered, active voters will receive a ballot in the mail this year. Simply fill out your ballot (you don’t need to vote for every office), seal it in it’s included pre-paid postage envelope, SIGN THE ENVELOPE on the outside, and drop it in the mailbox. NOTE: Ballots must be postmarked ON or BEFORE Tuesday, June 14, 2022, and received by 5:00 PM on Saturday, June 18, 2022. If you don’t receive your vote by mail ballot in the mail by May 31, 2022, please immediately contact your local Elections Department at (702) 455-8683 for Clark County or (775) 328-3670 for Washoe County. You can also fill out your mail-in ballot and drop it off. Instead of mailing your ballot, fill it out, as described above, SIGN THE ENVELOPE, and drop off your ballot at any early voting site or Election Day vote center of your choice from May 28-June 10, 2022 or on Election Day, June 14, 2022. CLARK COUNTY MAIL BALLOT DROP-OFF LOCATIONS: Clark County Election Dept. and City Clerks’ Offices, May 16-June 14, 2022, Dates and Times Vary All Early Voting Sites, May 28-June 10, 2022, During Voting Hours Only All Election Day Vote Centers, June 14, 2022, 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. WASHOE COUNTY MAIL BALLOT DROP-OFF LOCATIONS: All Early Vote and Election Day Vote Centers can be found here. You can have a person, ideally a trusted family member or friend, mail or drop-off your completed ballot on your behalf to any early vote or Election Day location. There is no limit to the number of ballots a person may drop off. To track the status of your mail-in ballot, please click HERE. ALL mail-in ballots must be postmarked by Tuesday, June 14, 2022, and received by the elections office by Saturday, June 18, 2022.Find Your Polling PlaceClick here to find an EARLY VOTE Center (May 28-June 10) in Clark County. Click here to find an ELECTION DAY Vote Center (June 14) in Clark County. Click here to find an EARLY VOTE (May 28-June 10) or ELECTION DAY (June 14) Vote Center in Washoe County. Click here to find in-person voting locations in a county *other than* Clark and Washoe Counties.