Voting


FILE - In this Oct. 30, 2020 file photo a sign directs people where to vote at a polling place during early voting in Las Vegas. Since the late 2021, seven of Nevada's 17 counties have considered either switching away from Dominion electronic voting machines, which have come under fire from election deniers following the 2020 election, or eliminating electronic voting systems altogether in favor of paper ballots and hand counting, a move that local election officials argue would only create more distrust, uncertainty and delays in the election process. (AP Photo/John Locher, File)
Cómo votar en Nevada en 2022

Aquí está todo lo que necesitas saber sobre cómo votar en Nevada en 2022.

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