Voting System

Nevada Voting System Approval Process 
Under Nevada law, a voting system and any modification to a voting system must be approved by the Secretary of State before it can be used in any election (NRS 293B.105). In addition, a voting system must meet or exceed Federal standards for voting systems before such system can be approved for use in Nevada.

-Application for State Certification of Voting System (MS Word)
-Nevada Revised Statutes: Chapter 293B - Mechanical Voting Systems
-Nevada Administrative Code: Chapter 293B - Mechanical Voting Systems

Mechanical Voting Systems Approved for Use in Nevada
The following system are currently approved for use:

Dominion Voting Systems
-WinEDS 3.1.012 Election Definition System
 (March 27, 2006)
-WinEDS 4.0.175 Election Definition System (November 6, 2014)
-Democracy Suite 4.14-D with WinEDS 4.0.175 Integration System (September 9, 2015)
-Democracy Suite 5.4 (February 6, 2018)
-Democracy Suite 5.4-E (pending)

Election Systems & Software
-EVS (November 1, 2016)
-EVS (August 28, 2017)
-EVS (August 28, 2017)

Federally Certified Voting Systems and Resources
-EAC List of Certified Voting Systems
-NASED List of Qualified Voting Systems

Equipment Currently In Use by Jurisdiction
Updated: February 2018

Voting Systems
-Election Day (ICX)
-Early Voting (ICX)
-Absent Ballots (ICC)
-Mailing Precinct (ICC)
16 Jurisdictions:
Churchill, Clark, Douglas, Elko, Esmeralda, Eureka, Humboldt, Lander, Lincoln, Lyon, Mineral, Nye, Pershing, Storey, Washoe and
White Pine Counties
(all except Carson City)

Election Systems & Software

-Election Day (ExpressVote-BMD, DS200)
-Early Voting (ExpressVote-BMD, DS200)
-Absent Ballots (DS450)
-Mailing Precinct (DS450)
-ADA (ExpressVote-BMD)
1 Jurisdiction:
Carson City


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