Nevadans have the power to hold Trump and Pence responsible for their attacks on our health care and disastrous coronavirus response by electing real leaders to the White House.
Nevadans have a right to vote, and the Let Nevadans Vote coalition and is working overtime to ensure problems at the polls are smoothed over as quickly as possible.
With more than two weeks until the election, more than twice as many Nevada voters have returned ballots by mail than in the entire 2016 election.
The Nevada Democratic Party and leading figures announced a new voter education effort ahead of November’s general election.
Protesters gathered at Reno City Plaza to voice their concerns about Assembly Bill 4, which allows for mail-in voting in Nevada.
State lawmakers passed a bill Sunday that would add Nevada to a growing list of states that will mail all active voters ballots ahead of the November election amid the coronavirus pandemic.
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Nevada’s primary election, scheduled for June 9, will be a mail-in primary only this year due to concerns over the coronavirus pandemic.
With a presidential election looming, about a quarter of a million people have registered…