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Important Deadlines for June Primary Election Approaching, Online Resources Available for Voters
Last days to register to vote in primary are nearing
Posted Date: 4/30/2012

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Catherine Lu, Public Information Officer 
             (702) 486-6982 / 334-7953 
             clu@sos.nv.gov  


(Carson City, NV; April 30, 2012) — The final day to register to vote by mail or electronically is less than two weeks away, and Secretary of State Ross Miller is reminding the public that online resources are available for voters who need to meet several key deadlines to participate.

“My office is working closely with county registrars to ensure that all Nevadans have the opportunity to register and cast their votes in a secure electoral system for the primary election,” said Secretary Miller. “Those who plan to vote in the primary election need to ensure they meet upcoming deadlines, whether it is registering to vote or requesting an absentee ballot.”

Key 2012 election deadlines:

May 12: Last day to register to vote by mail (or electronically at www.registertovotenv.com for Clark County residents)
May 12: Last day for military and overseas citizens to register to vote. Military and overseas citizens are encouraged to fill out the Federal Post Card Application (FPCA) to register and request an absent ballot at the same time. The FPCA can be accessed here and at www.fvap.gov.
May 22: Last day to register to vote in person. Applications for registration must be submitted in person by the end of the business day at all county clerk and voter registrars’ offices throughout the state. A complete list of county clerks and voter registrars can be found here.
May 26 to June 8: Early voting
June 5: Last day for registered voters to request an absentee ballot. The Absent Ballot Request Form can be found here.
June 12: Primary Election Day

Information about registered voter status and polling location is easily accessible through My Voter File at nvsos.gov/votersearch. Registered voters with Department of Motor Vehicle-issued identification in Clark County can now update their address or change their party affiliation online at www.registertovotenv.com. The Elections Division is collaborating with the remaining Nevada counties to launch online voter registration prior to the General Election.


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