Voter Registration


There are many ways to register to vote or update your registration in Nevada, including at the DMV, online through the Nevada Secretary of State or through county offices and independent voter registrars.

The DMV and Secretary of State forward applications to the appropriate County Clerk or Registrar of Voters. The county official determines whether an applicant is qualified and completes the actual registration.



Your DMV application for any Driver's License or ID Card transaction also serves as a voter registration application.

This includes Original Issuance, Renewal, Duplicate and Change of Address whether completed in-person, online or through the mail.

The Department will automatically transmit your voter information to the Secretary of State and your county unless you choose to opt out of registration.

See the DMV license application forms for more information.

Secretary of State
County Clerks/Registrars

Nevada Secretary of State

You can register to vote or update your current registration online if you hold a Nevada driver's license or ID card.

You can complete and print a fillable voter registration application from the Secretary of State website. This can be mailed or delivered to your County Clerk or Registrar of Voters.

You may also view your current voter registration.