Curing your Ballot

For any voter contacted by the Registrar's Office or notified otherwise about a challenge placed upon their ballot, please follow one of the options below to cure your vote.


Option 1: Mobile Device

1. Scan the QR Code Below or find it here:

2. Follow the steps provided.

3. When prompted, use the camera on your mobile device to take and submit a photo of your identification.

Washoe QR Code for Signature Verification

Standard messaging rates apply. You will receive only one message.

Must be received before 5:00 pm, February 12, 2024.


Option 2: Provide Copy of ID and filled out form.

1. Complete and sign the Signature Cure Affidavit.

2. Follow the instructions in Step 4 to provide a copy of your ID.

3. Return the Signature Cure Affidavit and a copy of your ID to Washoe County in-person or by email, fax, or mail. *


Option 3: Answer Challenge Questions over the Phone

1. Dial (775) 328-3670 for the Washoe County Registar of Voters office.*

2. Discuss with our operator that you are seeking to cure your challenged ballot.

3. After being redirected, you'll be asked to answer 3 challenge questions over the phone to confirm your identity. This includes the last 4 digits of your SSN, your place of birth, and your date of birth.


*Verifying phone call must be received before 5:00 pm, February 12, 2024. Postmarks do not count.
*Email, fax, or mail must be received before 5:00 pm, February 12, 2024. Postmarks do not count.



If you are submitting the affidavit to cure your ballot, you must complete, sign, and return the Signature Cure Affidavit by 5:00 pm, February 12, 2024. Please note that you will also be required to return a photocopy of your identification OR answer all the challenge questions in Step 5 of the attached Signature Cure Affidavit.

If you indicate that you have not voted a ballot, or if you fail to return the attached affidavit, your ballot may not be counted. If your ballot contained a signature that was not verifiable, and you do not affirm on the attached affidavit that you voted a ballot, we may refer this discrepancy to law enforcement for investigation to ensure that no other voted your mail ballot.

If you have questions, please contact our office at (775) 328-3670 or by email at