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Nevada Presidential Preference Primary Election

The 2024 Presidential Preference Primary Election will be held on Tuesday, February 6, 2024. Early Voting begins on Saturday, January 27 and runs through Friday, February 2, 2024. The Effective Absentee System for Elections (EASE) will be available to use not later than Saturday, December 23, 2023.
Polling locations will be posted here –
Turnout Reports will be posted here –

Related / Similar Election : U.S Election Assistance Commission National Mail Voter Registration Form United States

Effective Absentee System for Elections

ONLY VOTERS REGISTERED AS A DEMOCRAT OR REPUBLICAN MAY VOTE IN THE PRESIDENTIAL PREFERENCE PRIMARY. If you would like to update your party affiliation so that you can participate in the 2024 Presidential Preference Primary, you can update your party by selecting “EDIT” once you get to the information page.

** Welcome to the Effective Absentee System for Elections or EASE for the 2024 Presidential Preference Primary Election. This system is currently available for use by the following:
** Nevada uniformed service members and their families,
** Citizens outside the U.S.,
** Nevada residents with disabilities, and
** Tribal members who reside on an Indian reservation or Indian colony.

** If you are eligible to use this system based upon the list above, EASE will guide you through the following steps to register (or confirm registration status) and provide you with your actual absentee ballot to mark and return:
** Affirm and declare your eligibility
** Provide personal information to verify identity
** Confirm personal information and signature
** Mark, review, and confirm ballot selections
** Select return method of your choice and return ballot

FAQ on EASE Overseas Voting

Frequently Asked Questions about Uniformed and Overseas Voting
Listed below are commonly asked questions about Uniformed and Overseas Voting in Nevada. If you have additional questions please contact your county election office.

Q: Am I eligible to use the Nevada Effective Absentee System (EASE)?
A: Eligible users include, but are not limited to, individuals that are absent from their voting residence and are active duty military personnel, their spouses and dependents, United States citizens outside of the U.S. as well as voter with a disability.

Important: UOCAVA voters must reaffirm their eligibility as a UOCAVA voter every election cycle (biennially). To reaffirm eligibility as a UOCAVA voter a Federal Post Card Application (FPCA) should be resubmitted to the local election office. If EASE is used to access your election materials, a FPCA is included in your election materials. Additionally, 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.

Q: What information will I need to access EASE?
A: You will need to provide your name, date of birth, Nevada residential address, mailing address (if any), last four digits of your social security number, and email address. Your Nevada driver’s license/identification card number is optional.

Q: Who will be able to see my information?
A: Only your local elections office will be able to see your information. At no point will your identity, sensitive information, or ballot choices be available to anyone but your local elections office.

Q: Who should I contact if I have questions?
A: For questions related to your registration status, voter record, or any other elections-specific issue, please contact your local elections office. A list of email addresses and phone numbers can be found at

Q: What is the deadline for registering to vote and receiving a ballot?
A: When using a Federal Post Card Application or register to vote Nevada provides eligible military and overseas citizens with additional time to register or update voter registration information.

Military and overseas voters may apply to receive absentee ballots for all elections held in the year in which the request is made. Once you receive your ballot, return it to your county clerk as soon as possible.

Q: What if I do not receive my ballot from my county clerk?
A: If you do not receive your absentee ballot, you may vote the FWAB. The FWAB is a back-up ballot that you can use if you do not receive your state absentee ballot.

A: UOCAVA stands for the Uniformed and Overseas Citizens Absentee Voting Act. It was established in 1986 as a way to provide overseas citizens and military personnel with a way to register and to vote by absentee ballot in federal elections. The FPCA is the Federal Post Card Application. It is used to both register to vote and to request an overseas absentee ballot. The FWAB is the Federal Write-In Absentee Ballot. The FWAB is a back-up voting option that’s used in the event the voter does not receive a requested ballot.

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