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People wait at the DMV office in Henderson on Tuesday, Jan. 2, 2018. (Jeff Scheid/The Nevada Independent)

This November, Nevada could be the latest in a string of states looking to ease the process of voter registration.

That’s if voters choose to approve Question 5, which would enact automatic voter registration or AVR, a law that would change the process of registering to vote at the Department of Motor Vehicles when receiving or renewing a driver’s license or I.D. card from opt-in to opt-out.

But how does AVR differ from the process the DMV already uses? And how would it actually change the way people in Nevada register to vote?

We’re here to help. Check out The Nevada Independent’s short video explainer of all you need to know about Question 5 and automatic voter registration.

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