Nevada Secretary of State Barbara Cegavske says due to the lingering health threat of the Corona Virus, Nevada’s primary election vote, scheduled for June 9th, will be by mail-in ballot. If you prefer not to mail it, take your ballot to a specific polling spot (only one per county) by June 9th and your ballot will be counted. If not, it won’t be counted.
Well before the June 9th primary election, ballots will be mailed to all registered Nevada voters to fill out. Once completed, place the ballot into the envelope provided, which is already stamped and pre-addressed to the state’s elections office. Drop it into a mailbox and you’re done.
You may also register to vote the day of the June 9th election, but that would be cutting it very close especially if there are gaps in the information required on the registration form.