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Nevada Democratic Party Picks McCurdy as New ChairpersonThe Nevada Democratic Party has chosen a sitting state legislator as its new chairperson.
Vegas Man Arrested on Petition Signature Fraud AllegationsA 55-year-old Nevada man is facing multiple felony charges alleging that he submitted false signatures to try to qualify Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein for the November ballot in Nevada.
Nevada Secretary of State Barbara Cegavske On Voter FraudHeidi Harris talks with Nevada Secretary of State Barbara Cegavske who mentioned that she is willing to investigate and prosecute those involved with voter fraud if it is found to exist.
Protest Outside Nevada's Electoral College VoteAbout 40 protesters gathered outside the Nevada Capitol to express their opposition to President-elect Donald Trump.
Nevada Closing the Books on Election Results With CanvassNevada will close the book on this year's election results with a ceremony in Carson City on Tuesday.
State, Federal Officials: Nevada Voting Will be SecureTop state election officials and federal authorities in Nevada say plans are in place to ensure a fraud-free vote on Nov. 8.
Mail-In Voter Registration Deadline Extended to TuesdayNevada's chief elections officer is extending the deadline to register to vote by mail amid concerns that the current deadline violates federal law.
Nevada Democrats: Voter Registration Deadline Violates LawThe Nevada State Democratic Party says it believes the state's mail-in voter registration deadline is violating federal law.
Nevada Secretary of State Responds to Panama Papers InquiryThe Nevada Secretary of State has responded to a U.S. senator who raised concerns about shady shell companies in light of the Panama Papers leak.
Nevada Voter Registration Hits Record High Over 1.5 MillionMore than 1.5 million Nevadans are now registered to vote in the June primary elections, the most in state history.
Sec'y Of State Pushes Voter IDBarbara Cegavske outlines plan she tried to pass as state lawmaker
Sandoval Sworn InCARSON CITY, Nev. - Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval was sworn in for a second term on Monday after a landslide victory in the November election that also filled the state's other top constitutional offices with Republicans.

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