FAQ

Adam Ganz for Judge

Frequently Asked Questions

Where or when can I vote?

There are many options to vote.  Generally, you should expect ballots to be mailed to all registered voters soon.  You should return your ballot soon, but no later than post-marked by Nov. 3rd.  Also, any registered voter can vote in person if they choose to do so. There will be polling places open during early voting (Oct. 17-30) and on Election Day (Nov. 3) for in-person voting. You may drop off your ballot at any of the 35 early voting centers that will be operating during early voting, or any of the 125 voting centers that will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Election Day. You don’t have to wait in line to drop off your filled-out ballot, either: Just locate the ballot box that will be staffed by a volunteer and drop your ballot there. If you decide to vote in person, any of those drop off locations are also open for you to vote in person.

Where do I register to vote or change my address or verify my registration?

There is still time to register online.  You can click on this link for information to find the site to register at as well as find an in-person location near you and details regarding mail-in voting. HOW TO REGISTER. It’s also important that, if you’ve moved since you last voted, that you update your current address, which can also be done online or in person.

Important Deadlines

Visit IMPORTANT DEADLINES for information about important dates regarding registering and voting.

I don’t trust the U.S. Postal Service to get my ballot to the county. Is there another way to turn it in?

Yes, you may drop off your ballot at any of the 35 early voting centers that will be operating during early voting, or any of the 125 voting centers that will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Election Day. You don’t have to wait in line to drop off, just locate the ballot box that will be staffed by a volunteer and drop your ballot there.

Is it safe to vote by mail?

According to the Secretary of State, fraud with mail in voting has been non-existent in Nevada. The secretary of state’s office has posted a “myths versus facts” document on its website to address some of the common concerns about voter fraud, which is more difficult to commit than some would have you think. Not only are ballot envelopes individually barcoded to specific voters, but they are also printed on special paper that makes them impossible to counterfeit easily. In addition, officials verify signatures on the outside of ballot envelopes and set aside those that don’t match for further investigation. An electronic system also prevents people from casting more than one vote in an election.

How do I fill out my mail in ballot?

Click this link for tips for mail ballots or watch this video from the Registrar of Voters, Joe Gloria showing us how to fill out the mail ballot (it can be very confusing to many).

Do I have to vote by mail, or can I vote in person?

If you don’t want to vote by mail, there are many options to vote in person.  Any registered voter can vote in person if they choose to do so. There will be polling places open during early voting (Oct. 17-30) and on Election Day (Nov. 3) for in-person voting. Check out these links for more information about the 35 early voting centers that will be operating during early voting, or any of the 125 voting centers that will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Election Day.

Is it COVID safe to vote in person?

It is our understanding that all precautions are being taken to protect everyone while voting in person.

I’ve heard a lot of concerns about voter fraud. Where can I find out more about election security?

The secretary of state’s office has posted a “myths versus facts” document on its website to address some of the common concerns about voter fraud, which is more difficult to commit than some would have you think. Not only are ballot envelopes individually barcoded to specific voters, but they are also printed on special paper that makes them impossible to counterfeit easily. In addition, officials verify signatures on the outside of ballot envelopes and set aside those that don’t match for further investigation. An electronic system also prevents people from casting more than one vote in an election.

Who is Adam endorsed by?

Adam is proud to have bipartisan support in this election, from the Attorney General, Aaron Ford to Labor, Fire and Police organizations.  Check out his entire list of endorsements here.

Why is Adam the best candidate in this race?

Adam spent his entire career fighting for people in this community trying at all times to make our community safer.  There is a stark contrast between him and his opponent; not only in years of experience (he has twice as many as she does), but areas of experience (he has practiced for 22 years in civil litigation).  He is a lifelong Las Vegas resident running for judge to continue to give back to our community because in the end, he believes the judicial system is about people, not politics.  Thank you for your consideration and if you have any other questions, you can find out more information about Adam Ganz at www.Ganz4Judge.com or contact Adam directly on his Facebook or Instagram page @Ganz4Judge.

What area is Department 3, and can I vote in that district?

District Court Judges are elected for the entire Clark County area.  So anyone in Clark County can vote for him.