The three most important parts within registering to vote are preparing to register to vote, understanding when to vote, and choosing the political party that aligns the closest with your core values and beliefs. Check out the boxes below for more information about registering to vote!
When it comes time to register to vote, you'll be asked to choose register with the political party of your choosing. Check out these great resources to help determine what political party your values align most closely with!
Once you've determined the political party that aligns most closely with your values and beliefs, it will be time to get registered! Voting registration requirements vary from state to state, so find yours by visiting Vote.gov!
The basic requirements for getting registered to vote in Nevada are simple. To start, you must be a United States citizen and at least 18 years old by election day, but you are able to pre-register at 17 years old! In order to be registered and vote in Nevada, you must have been living here for at least 30 days prior to registering. Luckily, you can register to vote any time, including election day, once you have established residency. Lastly, in order to prove your state residency, you'll need to have a Nevada ID card, so make sure you have yours!
To recap, you must be:
Vote.gov - Check out this great resource to learn the registration requirements in your state today!
After getting regitered to vote, you'll need to know when to vote! Here are some dates to look out for this election season in Nevada.
You can also register and vote on Election Day!
Vote.org - Check out this great resource to learn the important voting dates in your state!