LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — Nevada voters can now track their ballots for the upcoming election using a new system.
It’s called “BallotTrax,” and voters who sign up will be able to track the status of their ballot through the three points of the process:
- BALLOT OUTBOUND: When it is mailed to a voter’s residence,
- BALLOT RECEIVED: When the voter’s respective county receives their ballot,
- BALLOT ACCEPTED: When the voter’s ballot has been counted.
Clark County started mailing out ballots on Sept. 7 and they will be sent out through this week.
All registered voters can sign up for the free service now. It requires a voter’s first and last name, date of birth and zip code.
Once an individual registers for an account, the site will ask the user to select their method of notification, through a phone call, text message or email.
This election, Nevada voters have the option of mailing in their ballot or taking it to a drop-off site.
Early voting begins Saturday, Oct. 17, and runs through Oct. 30. Click HERE to see a list of early voting sites.
There will also be over 100 in-person voting locations on Election Day, Nov. 3.
To sign up for BallotTrax, click here.