Voting assistance for Service members, their families and overseas citizens in

Nevada

Use this site to vote absentee if you are

  • a U.S. citizen.
  • at least 18 years old.
  • absent from your voting residence.

The absentee voting process applies to you if you are

  • an active duty member of the Uniformed Services or Merchant Marine absent from your voting residence.
  • an eligible spouse or family member of an active duty member of the Uniformed Services or Merchant Marine.
  • a U.S. citizen residing outside the country.

STEP 1

Register and request your absentee ballot with the Federal Post Card Application (FPCA).


STEP 2

Fill out and send in your ballot when it arrives.

Didn't receive your ballot?


Federal Election Deadlines

Registration* Ballot Request* Ballot Return
State Primary June 14, 2022
By Mail, Email or Fax: Received by June 14, 2022
By Online System**: Received by 7 PM, June 14, 2022
By Mail, Email or Fax: Received by June 14, 2022
By Online System**: Received by 7 PM, June 14, 2022
By Mail: Postmarked by*** June 14, 2022
By Email, Online System** or Fax: Received by 7 PM, June 14, 2022
General Election November 8, 2022
By Mail, Email or Fax: Received by November 8, 2022
By Online System**: Received by 7 PM, November 8, 2022
By Mail, Email or Fax: Received by November 8, 2022
By Online System**: Received by 7 PM, November 8, 2022
By Mail: Postmarked by*** November 8, 2022
By Email, Online System** or Fax: Received by 7 PM, November 8, 2022

*Registration and Ballot Request: Voters are strongly encouraged to submit registration and ballot requests at least 7 days before Election Day to allow for receipt of an official ballot. If you do wait until Election Day, it is recommended to submit the FWAB.

**Nevada's Online System can be accessed at nvease.gov.

*** Ballot Return: Mailed ballots must still be received by the 4th day after the election.