LAS VEGAS (KSNV) — Nevada elections officials have launched an online method for opting out of receiving a mail-in ballot.
The Secretary of State's office says registered voters can now update their mail ballot preference online by accessing voter services on the NVSOS.gov website.
The state adopted a permanent vote-by-mail system during last year's legislative session.
All registered Nevada voters will receive a ballot in the mail unless they choose to opt out.
Counties will also continue to have in-person and early voting locations for upcoming elections.
Nevada joins seven other states in conducting all elections by mail, according to the National Conference of State Legislatures.