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Hi Nevada, if you want to vote in the  2022 midterm elections there are three   steps you need to take: register, make  your plan, and of course, vote.   Let's start with getting registered.

If you  have a Nevada ID or driver's license, you   can register online. If not, you’ll need to print  out an application form and mail it in.

Links to   both are at But either way  you register, you need to do it by October 11th.   If you miss that deadline though, don’t  worry. You can still register in person   at your early voting location or at a  polling place through election day.   Then it’s time to make your plan  for how you’re going to vote.   Nevada makes it pretty easy for you.

For the  first time in 2022, they’re mailing a ballot to   every registered voter’s house, as long as you’re  registered by the deadline. You don’t even have to   ask for it. But if you need it sent somewhere  other than your home address, like if you are   going to be out of town or go to school in another  state, update your registration to let them know   before ballots get mailed in early October.

You can either mail your ballot back or drop it   off at a drop box location by November 8th. But if you’d prefer to vote in person, or you want   to vote at the same time you register,  you can use that same link to find an   in-person voting location near you. They’re  open from October 22nd until November 4th,   and on November 8th from 7am to 7pm.

If you need to register at the polls, be   sure to bring a valid Nevada driver’s license or  state ID. If the address on your ID isn’t current,   you’ll also need a proof of address, like  a utility bill, bank statement, paycheck,   tax return, lease, or car registration. Once you have your plan for how you’re going to   register, and how and when you want to return  your ballot, you just need to follow the plan,   and vote on or before November 8th.

If you want to know everything that you can   vote for ahead of time, you can find a sample  ballot here so you have time to research   candidates and make your decisions. You don’t have  to vote for everything for your ballot to count,   but this is your best chance to choose  who gets to make decisions about your   life: all the way from congress to your  city council or school board.   We’ve put all the links for everything you need  to register, vote in person, or track your mail   ballot at Thank you for voting!