A Republican-backed group in Nevada has kicked off a process to place a constitutional amendment on the 2024 ballot that would implement restrictive ID requirements for in-person and mail-in voting.
Two ballot initiatives filed earlier this week in Nevada could create an independent redistricting commission in the state.
On Friday, Oct. 20, a federal judge dismissed a right-wing lawsuit challenging Nevada’s recently enacted Election Worker Protection Law, Senate Bill 406.
Yesterday, Nevada Republicans announced that the GOP will hold a caucus on Feb. 8 2024, two days after the state’s Presidential Preference Primary.
Calls for hand counting ballots have continued in recent weeks in states throughout the country, with conservative activists and elected officials pushing for the complex practice despite its clear problems.
On Monday, July 10, a Nevada judge denied the Nevada Republican Party’s (NV GOP) request to block a state law mandating parties to hold primaries for the 2024 presidential election.
On Thursday, June 29, Sigal Chattah — a prominent Nevada Republican with “significant ties” to the conspiracy to overturn the results of the 2020 election — filed a lawsuit on behalf of four Nevadans challenging the state’s recently enacted law designed to protect election officials from intimidation and election interference.
On Monday, June 5, the Nevada Legislature adjourned its 2023 regular session after sending a dozen election reform bills to Gov. Joe Lombardo (R).
On Friday, May 26, the Nevada Republican Party (NV GOP) filed a lawsuit against the state of Nevada and Nevada Secretary of State Francisco Aguilar (D) challenging Nevada’s presidential primary system.
On Tuesday, May 30, Nevada Gov. Joe Lombardo (R) signed Senate Bill 406, a bill that creates new offenses designed to protect election officials from intimidation and election interference.
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