Procedures for Absent Voting by Uniformed and Overseas Citizens
Register to Vote
UOCAVA voters may also register to vote online
. Voters using this method of registration will have to request an absent ballot separately, at which time they will provide the registrar of voters their current overseas or military post address.
Note: UOCAVA voters must reaffirm their eligibility every election cycle (biennially). To reaffirm eligibility as a UOCAVA voter a FPCA should be resubmitted to the local election office. FPCAs that are submitted for a primary election also act as a request for subsequent federal elections during that election cycle, such as the general election.
Request and Receive a Ballot
Registering with an FPCA will also constitute a request for an absent ballot.
If registered in Nevada other than through an FPCA, a voter should request by mail, fax, or email an absent ballot by contacting their county clerk/registrar of voters
Once a request for an absent ballot is received, the county clerk/registrar of voters will verify that the requestor is a registered voter in the county, or the voter is simultaneously registering/requesting with the FPCA. MOVE Act and 2009 Nevada Assembly Bill 41 enhancements now allow county clerks/registrars of voters to issue appropriate balloting materials to voters via mail, fax, or email.
Vote and Return Ballot
Free Access Tracking of Returned Ballots
Federal Voting Assistance Program (FVAP)
Please visit the FVAP's website www.fvap.gov for additional information. FVAP can be reached toll-free in the U.S. at: 1-800-438-VOTE (8683) or DSN (military) 425-1584. International toll-free phone and fax numbers are listed at FVAP's contact page. The email address is email@example.com.