Assembly Bill 321, signed into law in June, establishes the use of Mail Ballots in every election statewide. Therefore, the County Clerk's Office will send a Mail Ballot to all active registered voters.
However, voters MAY STILL vote in person at a designated polling location in Nye County. Voters may opt-out of receiving a mail ballot no later than 60 days before the election by submitting a "Mail Ballot Preference Form" to the Nye County Clerk or online through the Nevada Secretary of State.
Voters must opt back in if they wish to receive a mail ballot if they previously opted out.
Voters may still vote in person even if they receive a mail ballot, but they must either surrender their ballot at the voting location or, if they do not have their ballot, sign an affirmation that they are not voting twice in the same election. Individuals registering 13 days before the election will not be sent a mail ballot and will have to vote in person, except for in an emergency.