2020 will be the first presidential election since Nevada passed a new law restoring voting rights to people with felony convictions. We’re fighting to make sure that no Nevada voter is wrongfully disenfranchised because of a past criminal conviction. And we’ll be on the ground, working to make sure every Nevada voter can make their voice heard in 2020 by ensuring:
- Voters have access to bilingual voting materials — as required by federal law.
- Every Nevadan can get to the polls — no matter how far they live from a polling place.
- Voters can cast a ballot that counts — including by ensuring fair absentee voting rules.
News from Nevada
Turn Up Tuesday to Empower Latino Voters, Confront Barriers to the Ballot
RENO, Nev. – The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights and All Voting is Local, with its joint And Still I Vote℠ campaign, will raise awareness about the power of the Latino vote, discuss challenges Latino voters face at the polls, and urge officials across the country to ensure fair, safe, and accessible elections.
ACLU of Nevada and All Voting is Local Nevada Launch Ad Campaign to Expand Voting Access During Pandemic
LAS VEGAS — The ACLU of Nevada and All Voting is Local Nevada today launched a five figure digital ad campaign urging Governor. Steve Sisolak to protect voting rights during the special legislative session by improving options for in-person voting and sending absentee ballots to every registered voter in Nevada, ensuring the over 1.8 million registered Silver State voters can safely vote this November.
All Voting is Local Expands to Nevada; Welcomes Kerry Durmick as State Director
RENO, Nev. — All Voting is Local welcomes Kerry Durmick as its Nevada state director to lead the campaign’s fight to remove barriers between Nevadans and the ballot box.