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Posted on: February 2, 2022

Ballot Preference Form Mailed to County’s Registered Voters

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With the passage of Assembly Bill 321 during the 2021 Nevada State Legislative Session, all registered voters will receive a ballot by mail. If you wish to vote by mail and received a recent letter from the Churchill County Clerk-Treasurer’s office at your correct address with a ballot preference form, then you do not need to do anything.

The Clerk-Treasurer’s Office recently sent the ballot preference form to all active voters in Churchill County.  

“Our intention is to ensure we have a correct address for our voters and to get information out regarding the mail ballot preference form,” said Linda Rothery, County Clerk-Treasurer. “Voters who wish to vote in-person and do not want to receive a mail-in ballot can submit the mail-in ballot preference form and opt-out of receiving a mail-in ballot.”

For voters wishing to opt-out of receiving a mail ballot for future elections, please return the ballot preference form to the Clerk’s office as soon as possible. The last day to request to not receive a mail ballot for the 2022 Primary Election is April 15, 2022. Your request can be returned in-person, by mail or email.

Voters can return the ballot preference form mailed to them by:

  • Mail (send to Churchill County Clerk-Treasurer, 155 N. Taylor Street, Suite 110, Fallon, NV 89406)
  • Email:
  • Drop it off in-person at the Clerk-Treasurer’s Office, 155 N. Taylor Street, Suite 110 (on the north end of the building)
  • Slip it into one the drop boxes outside the County Administration Building.
  • Visit the Nevada Secretary of State’s Registered Voter Services website and submit the form online at:

All registered voters in Churchill County may vote in-person during the published early voting hours or from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Election Day, including those who received a mail ballot and did not yet return it.

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