Online Voter Registration
Online voter registration is now available for residents of all Nevada counties. Eligible voters can register to vote and update their voter registration information online, including change of address and party affiliation. A DMV issued Driver's License or ID is required.
***VISIT RegisterToVoteNV.gov TO REGISTER TO VOTE OR UPDATE YOUR REGISTRATION ONLINE***
Military and Overseas Voters - visit the SOS's UOCAVA page for more information.
Voter Registration Form
All Nevada counties now offer online registration, but if you are not eligible for online voter registration or prefer to register to vote using a mail-in voter registration form, you can complete a fillable mail-in voter registration form. To register to vote using the fillable mail-in voter registration form in .pdf format, visit the Voter Registration Form and follow the steps below:
- Answer the eligibility questions.
- Enter your personal information into the spaces provided and select 'Generate Voter Registration Form.'
- Print out the form and don't forget to sign it.
- Mail or deliver the form in person to the White Pine County Clerk's Office at 1786 Great Basin Blvd., Ste. 3, Ely, Nevada 89301.
Other Options for Registering to Vote
You may register to vote at any NV Department of Motor Vehicles office, at your county clerk or registrar of voters' office, at various social service agencies, and on college campuses.
Changes to Current Registration
If you've moved, changed your name, want to change party affiliation, or otherwise have to update your voter registration status, you must submit another voter application form. To update your current voter registration information visit RegisterToVoteNV.gov.
How to Check your Current Voter Registration Information Registered voters in Nevada can use this service to verify their voter registration information, request an absentee ballot, view their voting history, find a polling location, see who their elected representatives are, and view their sample ballot. Do this by accessing Registered Voter Services.
Preregistration for 17 Year Olds
The 2017 legislature approved Senate Bill 144, which allows all U.S. citizens who are 17 years old but less than 18 years old to preregister to vote. A person can preregister to vote using any of the means available for a person to register to vote, including online at www.RegisterToVoteNV.gov. A person who has preregistered to vote is automatically deemed registered to vote on his or her 18th birthday unless the person's preregistration is canceled.
Detailed information about the same-day registration process can be found here.
Mail-In Ballots All future Nevada elections will be all-mail elections. All active registered voters can expect to receive a paper mail-in ballot unless they complete an opt-out form and submit it to the White Pine County Clerk no less than 60 days before the election.
Reach out to the White Pine County Clerk's Office with any questions you may have about your voter registration or the election process. Email us at email@example.com or call us at 775-293-6509.