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Voter registration in Clark County ends Oct. 16

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The Clark County Election Department is encouraging residents to register to vote, before it's too late.

People will have to register in-person at the County Election Center at 965 Trade Drive, Suite A in North Las Vegas, or the Election Department office at the Clark County Government Center, 500 S. Grand Central Parkway in downtown Las Vegas. The deadline for registration is on Oct. 16.

The last day to register online was Oct. 6.

"I encourage everyone to visit our website to make sure they are registered to vote or to ensure their registration information is current," said Harvard L. Lomax, county registrar of voters. "Individuals with a Nevada driver's license will be able to take advantage of our online registration services and there is still time to register through the mail."

Residents can confirm whether they are registered to vote in Clark County by entering their name and birth date in the registered voter services box on the home page of the election department website at www.clarkcountynv.gov/vote. People without access to the Internet may call (702) 455-VOTE (8683).

Residents with a Nevada driver's license or other Department of Motor Vehicles-issued identification can register to vote, update their address or change their party online using the election department website.

Residents who would rather register through the mail can go to the website and print a voter registration application or request an application be mailed to them.

Individuals without access to the Internet can call the Election Department at (702) 455-VOTE (8683) and request a registration application be sent to them, or pick up an application form from a variety of government offices including any post office, library, utility office, Election Department office, DMV, City Clerk's office or a State Public Assistance Office.

The early voting period for the Nov. 6 election begins on Saturday, Oct. 20 and extends through Friday, Nov. 2.

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