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Election 2022

Election staff examine mail-in ballots at the Clark County Election Center on Thursday, Nov. 10, 2022. (Jeff Scheid/The Nevada Independent).

Clark County audit concludes mail voting was secure, recommends voter education

During the 2022 general election, the Clark County Election Department received more than 15,000 mail ballots on Election Day, more than 27,000 the day after, more than 36,000 two days after and nearly 2,000 across the final two days for mail ballots to be received, according to the audit report.

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A crowd gathers during a reproductive health rights demonstration in front of the Lloyd D George Federal Courthouse in downtown Las Vegas on Tuesday, May 3, 2022. (Daniel Clark/The Nevada Independent).

Nevada Democrats keep abortion top of mind one year after Roe overturned

Nevada’s elected Democrats, state strategists and pro-abortion advocates say the Dobbs decision unleashed an enormous wave of political anger and activism, powering Democrats to victory in 2022 and becoming a pillar of the party’s 2024 playbook — even as access to abortion remained protected in Nevada law.

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