April 8, 2020
Douglas County Clerk-Treasurer Office Conducts Primary Election Voting by Mail
Minden, NV- Douglas County Clerk-Treasurer’s Office will mail ballots to all active voters for the June 9, 2020 Primary Election, beginning the first week of May 2020. As COVID-19 concerns continue, the Clerk-Treasurer wants to eliminate the possible exposure or transmission of the virus among voters. By conducting the election by mail, voters will have time to research and vote, their ballots from the safety of their homes. Voters are encouraged to return their voted ballots in the postage pre-paid envelope. Ballots must be postmarked by Election Day, June 9, 2020. For a full mail ballot schedule, click here.
The office wants to remind everyone to be #ballotready! This is a reminder to voters to update and verify their voter records now, in advance of the ballots being mailed starting on May 1, 2020. The deadline to complete the #ballotready list, and ensure the correct ballot is delivered in the initial mailing, is Thursday, April 23, 2020.
1. Be an Active Voter: check your voter registration status at https://cltr.douglasnv.us/elections/voter-registration/
2. Update Mailing Address: confirm your mailing address is up to date at https://cltr.douglasnv.us/elections/voter-registration/
3. Party Affiliation: if you are not affiliated with the party you want to vote for, you can make that change at https://cltr.douglasnv.us/elections/voter-registration/
If you are unable to be #ballotready by April 23, 2020, you can still makes changes and either have a replacement ballot mailed to you, or if applicable, pick it up in person, after presenting an acceptable form of identification.
“In light of the virus, we are taking this precautionary measure, but still want to make sure every registered voter can cast a ballot,” Kathy Lewis, Clerk-Treasurer, said. “I am confident in the office’s ability to conduct a fair, transparent and accurate election through mail-in ballots.”
Visit our website GoVoteDouglas.com to stay up to date on important election deadlines and for the tools you need to insure you are #ballotready. Contact the Election Office at (775) 783-6095 with questions or concerns.