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    registering to vote

    I registered last election to vote but have moved since then. Do I need to register again? Or is my registration still good? Part of me says not to worry about it. I mean, surely if millions of illegal immigrants can do it then I shouldn't have a problem right?

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    Do you still live in the same precint? Or at least in the same state?

    Seriously, call the Registrar of Voters and see if you still can change your address and such. Find who/where they are here http://www.canivote.org/

    On a more serious note: Do they not teach this stuff in school any more?

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    Quote Originally Posted by skidmark View Post
    Do you still live in the same precint? Or at least in the same state?

    Seriously, call the Registrar of Voters and see if you still can change your address and such. Find who/where they are here http://www.canivote.org/

    On a more serious note: Do they not teach this stuff in school any more?

    stay safe.
    i havent been in school for about 10 years lol

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    If you are in Clark County, you can check your registration status online:

    http://www.clarkcountynv.gov/vote

    Fill out the form with your first name, last name, and birth date. It will show you your current registration status, as well as your districts.

    I would strongly encourage everyone to do this -- even if you think you are certain of your registration status. A lot of people I have spoken to had issues during the primaries when they learned that their status was "inactive" for some reason.

    You do need to update your address if it is not your current one.
    Last edited by SoLasVegas; 09-24-2012 at 08:01 PM.

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    If you've got the wrong address, you should still be able to vote but you'll have to do it in your old precinct...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jfrey123 View Post
    If you've got the wrong address, you should still be able to vote but you'll have to do it in your old precinct...
    I had thought that would be wrong and/or illegal, but instead I found more information. http://www.leg.state.nv.us/NRS/NRS-2...l#NRS293Sec525

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