Vote Nevada Supporters,
The final primary election results will be certified this Friday, June 24th. You can view the state-wide and county-specific results so far here: https://silverstateelection.nv.gov/
Our joint event with Nevada NOW to view Still Working 9to5 and then discuss equity in the workplace and Nevada’s Equal Rights Ballot Question, with Lilly Ledbetter and Zoey Nicholson (both will join us via Zoom), is this Wednesday, June 22nd, from 5:30 to 8:00 pm.
We will be at the CSN North Las Vegas Campus in Building A Room 1772.
Here is a campus map: https://www.csn.edu/about-us/campus-locations/nlv-campus
We aren’t able to stream the documentary through Zoom due to copyright issues, but we are offering a hybrid Zoom option for the discussion after the viewing. If you’d like to join us, please RSVP here for the Zoom link: https://vote-nevada.news/Still-Working-9to5
In July, Vote Nevada is putting together a Civics Guide for Nevada Voters as well as an Ethics Scorecard to use in the upcoming general election. Too many of our election and governing processes are overly complicated and not transparent, which leaves voters feeling frustrated.
Because of this, I often receive questions from the public asking for clarification. The Civics Guide for Nevada Voters will address the most frequently asked questions. And the Ethics Scorecard will help voters evaluate the record of incumbents and the truthfulness of campaign materials from all candidates.
We would also like to reach out to candidates who had good ideas, but who did not make it through the primary. There may be opportunities for advocacy related to those good ideas and we definitely want to encourage these candidates to run again in two years. If you have particular candidates you would like us to reach out to, please send us their names through this Google Form: https://forms.gle/G3yeUE3aXDXsiUqt7
Thank you for being Nevadans with me,
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Is the Civics Guide the same as the test immigrants take for citizenship? I think high schoolers should pass that test to graduate.
Our Civics Guide will be Nevada-specific, so it will include things like our election processes and legislative procedures.