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Registrar Larry Lomax says the online service should make it easier for the more than 200,000 people who have an out-of-date address listed in the county database.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

  1. Richard A. Emerson says:

    I’m all for convenience, but this without “hands-on” security/positive I.D. I don’t see how this can work and still defend against voter fraud.

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