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Online Voter Registration, Changes Now Possible

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LAS VEGAS (AP) — Registered voters in Clark County can now update their address or change their political party affiliation with a few clicks of a mouse.

Clark County Registrar Larry Lomax says the online service should make it easier for the more than 200,000 people who have an out-of-date address listed in the county database.

Voters need a Nevada driver’s license or a DMV-issued identification card to use the system. They can visit clarkcountynv.gov/vote, then click on the “Online Registration Services” button to update their information.

A new voter registration card will be mailed to them within a few days.

Residents who have never registered to vote but have a Nevada driver’s license or ID can also use the system to register. That service has been in place since September 2010.

Copyright 2012 The Associated Press.

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