Nevadans need an election system that works for all of us. AUTOMATIC VOTER REGISTRATION is a commonsense solution that would make Nevada’s voting system more secure, block ineligible people from voting, and make voter registration more convenient for citizens, especially members of the military and rural residents.
How does it work?
Eligible citizens who change addresses or move to Nevada would have their voter registration automatically updated when they change their information with the Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles. It’s your choice – you can decline, but this ensures old voter registrations are removed from the system and you can be confident knowing you’re registered to vote at the right address.
Is it safe and secure?
Yes, it is more secure in two ways. It adds multiple layers of verification because only eligible Nevada citizens with a valid ID will have their voter registration automatically updated. This dramatically reduces human error because the system is automatic. Additionally, the new system will add a layer of security against hacking and other outside interference with our voter rolls.
Will it be more convenient?
There are already enough hassles with moving – this plan eliminates one of them because your voter registration us updated automatically when you change any of your information at the DMV. That is especially helpful for men and women serving in our military who have to move with reassignment or deployment.
Is it fair?
AUTOMATIC VOTER REGISTRATION will make it harder for politicians to game the system to benefit their own campaign or party and makes it easier for qualified citizens to make their voices heard.
Will it cost more than the system we have now?
This is a commonsense solution that will save taxpayers millions of dollars by modernizing our registration process and making it more efficient.
How do we know it will work?
It’s already working in other states, like Oregon and Alaska. Last year, Oregon implemented a similar system, and bipartisan election experts agree it reduced the number of ineligible people added to the voter rolls, helped make the election system more secure, made voter registration more convenient for eligible citizens, and reduced the risk of people being blocked from voting because of paperwork errors. This commonsense change registered 250,000 more citizens to vote.
You can help make Nevada’s voting system more secure, more convenient, and fairer for all eligible voters by supporting Question 5 – AUTOMATIC VOTER REGISTRATION.
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Nevada businesses, nonprofit groups, and community leaders agree automatic voter registration is a commonsense solution that would make our voting system more secure, block ineligible people from voting, and make voter registration more convenient for citizens and especially military families.