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In 2021, Nevada passed groundbreaking legislation to mail every active, registered voter a ballot with prepaid return postage. Building on that success, All Voting is Local Nevada works to protect such gains as automatic vote by mail, and expanded voting options for disabled voters and previously incarcerated voters.

All Voting is Local Nevada is committed to  fair and equal voting access for Native American voters and increasing  language access for voters who speak a primary language other than English.

News from Nevada


Nevada Census Data Reveals Urgent Need for Ballots and Voter Materials in Several Languages

LAS VEGAS — In partnership with the Culinary Union, the Asian Community Development Council, Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains, and Silver State Voices, All Voting is Local released Ballots for All: Improving Language Access for Nevada Voters in both English and Spanish to highlight the need for translated ballots and voter education materials in the state.

Ballots for All: Improving Language Access for Nevada Voters

In 2021, a NV law was enacted that requires all county and city clerks to send every active registered voter a mail ballot before a primary or general election. Though a massive win for NV voters, for this benefit to truly reach every NV voter, election officials must offer ballots and voting materials in the languages that Nevadans actually read and speak.

Refusal to Implement Anti-Voter Resolution a Victory for Washoe County Nevadans

LAS VEGAS — In response the Washoe County Board of Commissioners rejection of Commissioner Jeanne Herman’s proposed Election Resolution R22-50 that would redirect the Registrar of Voters to implement anti-voter policies by the 2022 primary election, All Voting is Local Nevada State Director Kerry Durmick issued the following statement:

Featured Work

​​Our advocacy to remove registration barriers for Native American voters resulted in more requests for more ballot drop boxes being placed in tribal communities.