The much-anticipated 2020 General Election ballots were received at the Reno Main Post Office and mailed on schedule, Registrar of Voters Deanna Spikula told media during a video press conference today.
The ballots were delivered to the post office today and voters can expect to receive them as early as tomorrow. Spikula had previously hoped to push up the delivery date, but due to high demand with the printing vendor, the timeline was revised to its original delivery date.
During the press conference, Spikula reminded media that tomorrow, October 6, is the last day to register to vote by mail, at the DMV or at other outside agencies. After October 6, voter registration must be done online or in person at a polling location, and registrants must have a valid Nevada driver’s license or I.D. card.
“New residents who may not have a Nevada driver’s license yet, or those who have recently moved and have not updated their voter registration should go online and register today before the October 6 deadline,” Spikula said.
For more information, visit www.washoecounty.us/voters.