More than 223,000 mail-in ballots sent to registered voters in Clark County, Nevada, were bounced as “undeliverable” in the state’s June primary election, newly released data reveals.
9/3: National party leaders have rejected the proposals from Iowa and Nevada to allow remote ranked-choice voting, citing concerns about hacking.
7/24: Nevada says it's working on a system that will prevent noncitizens from voting after passing an Automatic Registration Bill.
7/22: Las Vegas Mayor Tonita Gurule-Giron is facing charges of voter fraud over the mayoral election results.
7/8: Nevada will allow Democratic primary caucus voters to use their phones to vote, in a bid to increase voter turnout.
7/3: Nevada legislators are considering a bill that would allow citizens to register and vote on election day.
5/30: Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak has vetoed a bill that would force Nevada's electoral votes to go to the national popular vote winner.
5/22: Nevada's legislature passing a National Popular Vote bill could have major consequences in the coming elections because of Nevada's role as a swing state.
5/22: Nevada has joined states trying to overthrow the electoral college by voting National Popular Vote legislation through to the governor.
3/13: Nevada's Senate Bill 123 would allow for same-day registration, but critics fear this would allow voter fraud.