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
Clark County Urged to Provide Election Materials, Sample Ballots, and Mail-in Ballots in Chinese
Las Vegas — Today, All Voting is Local Nevada and the Asian Community Development Council sent a letter urging Clark County’s Asian-American Pacific Islanders Community Commission (AAPICC) Chairman Craig Valdez to recommend to the Clark County Commission to provide election materials in Chinese. The groups are calling for election materials, sample ballots, ballots in voting machines, and mail-in ballots to be provided in Chinese (Mandarin as written) and will be presenting on their research and findings to the AAPICC on Wednesday, August 10 at 6 p.m.
Nevada’s Nye County Board of County Commissioners Must Appoint Pro-Voter Interim Registrar
TONOPAH, Nev. — In response to Nye County Board of County Commission’s plan to appoint an interim clerk today due to clerk Sam Merlino retiring after 20 years of dedicated service, All Voting is Local Nevada State Director Kerry Durmick issued the following statement:
New Interim Registrar Appointment Recommendation Step in Right Direction for Voters in Washoe County
RENO, NV— In response to Washoe County Manager’s recommendation to appoint Government Affairs Liaison, Jamie Rodriguez as Interim Registrar of Voters, effective August 1, All Voting is Local Nevada State Director Kerry Durmick issued the following statement:
Our advocacy to remove registration barriers for Native American voters resulted in more requests for more ballot drop boxes being placed in tribal communities.