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Voter Resources and Reports | Douglas County, Nevada

Updated: Nov 4

Where to drop your ballot to be counted? See graphic on bottom of page!


Douglas Republicans want YOUR vote to count and we urge you to drop off your ballot in person to be counted. If you are unable to deliver your ballot, we would like to help. Please call Douglas Republican Headquarters (775-782-4467) and leave a clear message with your phone number so we can get back to you and help you.


Thank You,


James McKalip, Chairman

Douglas County Republican Party

Office: 775-782-4GOP (4467)


November 2022 Election Reporting / Nevada Secretary of State:

https://silverstateelection.nv.gov/


November 2022 Election Reporting / Douglas County:

https://cltr.douglasnv.us/elections/election-reporting/


Nevada Republican Party Slate Card:

https://nevadagop.org/2022-republican-slate-cards/


Douglas County Clerk-Treasurer Elections:

https://cltr.douglasnv.us/elections/


Verify your voter registration (Nevada Secretary of State):

https://www.nvsos.gov/votersearch/


Get Involved with Election Integrity in Nevada: See Something? Say Something!

https://nevadagop.org/get-involved-with-election-integrity-in-nevada/


Recent significant delays in US Postal Service Election Mail delivery have us encouraging voters to vote in person or drop off their mail ballot in person at a location / time below. Nevada law requires your ballot to arrive by the deadline to be counted, and makes no exception for Postal Service issues.


Having difficulty getting to a drop off location? Recent changes to Nevada law allow for you to ask a trusted person to hand carry your ballot for you. Please call Douglas Republican Headquarters and leave a clear message with your phone so we can get back to you and help you: 775-782-4GOP (4467)

Ballot Drop Locations

Source: Douglas County, Nevada Office of Elections [https://cltr.douglasnv.us/wp-content/uploads/2022/10/SBB-v8.0.pdf] [GoVoteDouglas.com]

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