Early voting begins Saturday, what you need to know

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LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — Recently, thousands of people across Southern Nevada received their ballots for next month’s general election.

Every registered voter in Nevada will get a mail-in ballot this year. They have being mailed out and most people should have them by Friday, Oct. 16. Early voting starts on Saturday, Oct. 17.

You can click here for a link to early voting sites.

Depending on where you live, the ballot is quite lengthy and you have to be careful to follow all of the instructions.

  • Be sure to mark your votes
  • Removed the voter receipt
  • Place the ballot in the secrecy sleeve and put it in the return envelope
  • Remember to sign the back
  • Must be postmarked or taken to a ballot drop-off site by election day, Nov. 3.

To watch a video showing how to fill out and send in your mail ballot, click HERE.

If you want to vote in person, early voting starts Saturday, Oct. 17 and runs through Oct. 30. There will be around 100 in-person voting sites on election and they are expected to be very busy.

You can only vote once, so if you plan to vote in-person, you must bring your mail-in ballot with you otherwise you will be asked to sign a document swearing that you are only casting one ballot.

If your ballot doesn’t show up in the mail or if you have other questions, you can contact the election department at (702) 455-VOTE.

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