LAS VEGAS—The ACLU of Nevada and its partners, Silver State Voices, Common Cause, and the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights, are launching a nonpartisan election protection program to safeguard the rights of Nevadans heading to the polls for the 2018 Midterm Election.
The ACLU of Nevada and the NAACP Las Vegas submitted a public records request today to the office of Clark County District Attorney Steve Wolfson.
The ACLU is joining the campaign to pass Nevada’s Question 5, the ballot initiative on automatic voter registration (AVR), and committing $1.15 million to the effort. This commitment marks the first time money has been spent on a ballot question in Nevada by the organization.
Carson City, NV—The ACLU of Nevada was informed today that SB 170, the Silver State Sunshine Act will likely not be voted on in the Senate Government Affairs Committee.
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