Republican lawsuits seeking to drastically expand election observation activities in two Nevada counties have failed, continuing a streak of failed attempts to implement drastic observation practices.
Today, a lawsuit was filed on behalf of a Nevada voter in state court challenging a new Republican-led ballot initiative seeking to create strict ID rules for future elections.
Last month, two lawsuits rooted in post-2020 Big Lie conspiracies were filed seeking to drastically expand election observation activities in two Nevada counties.
A Republican-led PAC called “Repair the Vote” has proposed two ballot measures that would restrict voting access in Nevada.
On Nov. 17, two Republicans filed a lawsuit in a Nevada state court challenging the Silver State’s newly passed legislative and congressional maps.
Today, the Nevada Legislature approved new legislative and congressional maps after convening for a special session last Friday.
Today, Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak announced that the state’s special session dedicated to redistricting will begin tomorrow, Friday Nov. 12.
On Wednesday, Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak (D) signed a bill into law that establishes permanent mail-in voting in the state of Nevada.
A new bill proposed in the Nevada state Legislature would create a new straight-ticket option on the state’s general election ballot.
Nevada Democrats have learned from the successes of the 2020 election and moved on Wednesday to expand mail-in voting in the state.
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