League of Women Voters®of Northern Nevada


Links for League of Women Voters of the United States:


League of Women Voters of the United States:

The League of Women Voters is a nonpartisan political organization, with its national office in Washington, DC, and local and state Leagues in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, and the Virgin Islands.


 Registering to Vote: This website: provides voter registration forms in both English and Spanish. Please follow the instructions on how to fill out the form, print and mail it to the correct election official in your state


Voter and Election Information: Visit for election information, including election dates and registration deadlines, ballot absentee information, polling place finder, candidate information and much more. 


Links to Other Nevada League of Women Voter Organizations:

League of Women Voters of Nevada:


League of Women Voters of Las Vegas Valley:


 League of Women Voters of Pahrump Valley:


Links to Various Nevada Government Election Information and in some Counties Voter On-Line Registration Sites (note: to register on line you must have a valid Nevada Driver License or DMV issued ID and a Social Security Number):


Nevada Secretary of State's office has ballot questions explanations and candidate lists for state and national office:


Carson City:


Churchill County:


Douglas County:


Elko County:

Esmeralda County:


Eureka County:


Humboldt County:


Lander County:   


Lincoln County:

Lyon County:


Mineral County:


Pershing County:


Storey County:


Washoe County:


White Pine County:

Links to Other Voter Issue Sites:


Absentee Voting and Voting from Overseas: Please utilize the Overseas Vote Foundation for more information on absentee voting or voting from overseas:  (please copy and paste this link into your browser bar)

Research Resources:
The Center for American Women and Politics provides information on women in politics, voting patterns and more.
The Census Bureau provides statistics and data on voting and registration patterns and trends.

CIRCLE (The Center for Information and Research on Civic Learning and Engagement) provides information and research on the civic and political participation of young Americans.

Government Resources:

The Election Assistance Commission is a resource for information on the administration of Federal elections.
The Federal Election Commission administers the regulations of campaign financing for federal elections. The Library of Congress provides information on the status of current and past legislation.

The Commission on Presidential Debates sponsors Presidential and Vice Presidential debates
Three Branches of Government:
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