Nevada

Registered voters do not need to provide an ID when they vote, except for some first-time voters.

Is out-of-state ID accepted?

Yes!
No ID is required to vote in Nevada

Is student ID accepted?

Yes!
No ID is required to vote in Nevada

Is an expired ID accepted?

Yes!
No ID is required to vote in Nevada

Nevada ID Requirements for Voting In Person

 

 

 


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Voter ID Information Cards

Nevada Voter ID Information cards are available in: English, Spanish, Hindi, Nepali, and Punjabi

You do not need to show ID when you vote in person in Nevada.

BUT: If it is your first time voting in a federal election in Nevada, please see the federal ID requirements for first-time voters. A federal election is when you vote for the President, your Congressional Representative or your Senators.

Frequently Asked Questions

You may register to vote and cast a ballot on the same day, during any early voting period and on Election Day, at your local polling place. You must present a Nevada driver’s license to register to vote and cast a ballot at your polling place.

No. Neither Nevada law nor election officials provide guidance that ID required to complete voter registration (such as a photo ID or a current utility bill or bank statement, government check or pay check, or some other government document) can be shown on an electronic device. A photocopy of such documents will be satisfactory. Please also see the federal ID requirements for first-time voters.

Nevada ID Requirements for Voting By Mail

Starting in 2022, all registered Nevada voters will automatically receive a mail-in ballot before each election unless they opt out.

You do not need to provide ID when you vote by mail in Nevada.

BUT: If it is your first time voting in a federal election in Nevada, please see the federal ID requirements for first-time voters. A federal election is when you vote for the President, your Congressional Representative or your Senators.

The signature on your mail ballot must match your signature on file with the state.

Frequently Asked Questions

Local election officials will notify you if your ballot has a missing or mismatched signature. You have until 5 p.m. on the sixth day following the election to provide or confirm your signature.