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Vote Nevada Update 7/3/2022

Vote Nevada Supporters,

I hope you are spending time with family and friends and staying safe in the heat.

The 2022 primary is now certified, with one exception, the Republican governor race.  You can view the final numbers here: https://silverstateelection.nv.gov/

The recount of the Republican governor race is completed with Joe Lombardo losing 8 votes and Joey Gilbert losing 7 votes.  There may also be a legal challenge to the process, however.

The Better Voting Nevada ballot initiative to move to an open top-five primary with rank choice voting turned in approximately 266,000 signatures with about 141,000 needed to qualify.  The clerks and registrars verify the signatures gathered in each county, so, we are waiting for an announcement that a sufficient number of signatures have been submitted to qualify the question for the November ballot.  Additionally, the Nevada Supreme Court ruled 4 to 3 to dismiss the legal challenge against the question.

If you are interested in a short explanation of the ballot question, here is a video explainer: https://vote-nevada.news/What-Is-Better-Voting-Nevada

If you are interested in a presentation on why we support Open Primaries with Ranked Choice Voting, you can watch this video: https://vote-nevada.news/Better-Voting-Nevada-Presentation 

On the Equal Rights Amendment ballot question, Vote Nevada is hosting a Zoom meeting on July 23rd, 9-10:30 am, on the History of the Equal Rights Movement & Mistakes We Must Avoid.  You can RSVP here: https://vote-nevada.news/ERA-Movement-History

If you are interested in updates on CCSD, you can sign up for newsletter updates from the Las Vegas Alliance of Black School Educators here: https://lvabse.org/contact-us/

Voter registration numbers are out for the month of June, here: https://www.nvsos.gov/sos/Home/Components/News/News/3290/309?backlist=%2fsos

Doug Goodman’s analysis of the voter registration statistics is here: https://nevadansforelectionreform.org/competitive-primary-races-lead-to-slight-gop-voter-share-gain/

Lastly, Vote Nevada is sponsoring the July Shepherd’s Breakfast on July 27th, 9 to 11 am, at the Wealthy Place Ministries at 902 West Owens Ave., Las Vegas, NV 89106.  The Breakfast is open to all and always very yummy!

Thank you for being Nevadans with me,

Sondra

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Vote Nevada Update 6/25/2022

Vote Nevada Supporters,

Yesterday was a day for the history books, whether the Supreme Court’s ruling will be the beginning of the end of liberty for many or the beginning of an expansion of rights for all is yet to be seen. 

Our political system allocates power to the people at both the federal and state levels to directly implement rights, so we do have options to explore before the next election.  Ultimately, if the Court refuses to recognize a right to privacy as an unenumerated right, we must add an explicit right to privacy to the U.S. Constitution.

It is not easy to amend our federal constitution, but Americans have done so twenty-seven times when we needed a definitive resolution.  It will be a heavy lift, so we need to start the dialogue soon.

The Dobb’s ruling shifted decision-making control over abortion access to the states; so, Nevada is protected because a group of dedicated Nevadans put our abortion laws out for a referendum vote and won.  This means our abortion law cannot be changed without another vote of the people.  Nevadans protected our rights through a direct democracy process.

We have another direct democracy process available in this election cycle.  In November, we will have the opportunity to vote on an equal rights amendment to our state constitution.  Unlike the federal ERA, this ballot question is more expansive in delineating who is guaranteed equal rights.

Equality  of  rights  under  the  law  shall  not  be denied  or  abridged  by  this  State  or  any  of  its  political subdivisions  on  account  of  race,  color,  creed,  sex,  sexual orientation, gender  identity  or  expression,  age,  disability, ancestry or national origin. https://www.leg.state.nv.us/App/NELIS/REL/81st2021/Bill/7336/Text

 

If adopted, this initiative will provide further protection for reproductive rights in Nevada.  If you are interested in helping to ensure this state Equal Rights Amendment passes, please contact Jeri Burton of the Nevada National Organization of Women here: https://www.nevadanow.org/contact-us

Vote Nevada is joining this effort starting with our July meeting on the 23rd, 9-10:30 am, via Zoom.  We will focus on the history of the Equal Rights Movement & Avoiding Past Mistakes.  You can RSVP at https://vote-nevada.news/ERA-Movement-History

 

On July 14th, 5:30 to 7:30 pm, Jeana Blackman is partnering with Vote Nevada to host a house party discussion about the state of voting in Nevada.  We’ve invited Deputy Secretary of State for Elections Mark Wlaschin to review lessons learned from our primary that can improve the general election experience.  You can RSVP here: https://fb.me/e/4Orm81h8o 

Lastly, a big Whoo Hoo for Dr. Sara Hunt who convinced the Rural Regional Behavioral Health Policy Board to adopt the Nebraska model for mental and behavioral health workforce development as their Bill Draft Request (BDR) for the 2023 legislative session! 

Sara is a valued member of our Vote Nevada Mental and Behavioral Health Committee and we have supported her efforts to adopt the Nebraska model in Nevada for many years.  You can read more about the Nebraska model, which is strongly grounded in mentoring, about halfway down this blog page: https://vote-nevada-blog.org/mental-and-behavioral-health/

Thank you for being Nevadans with me,

Sondra

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Vote Nevada Update 6/20/2022

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

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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,

Sondra

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Vote Nevada Update 6/8/2022

Vote Nevada Supporters,

We are entering the home stretch of the primary election.  Early voting ends on Friday, June 10th, and election day is Tuesday, June 14th.  If you have questions, please ask me or check out our primary election resources page: https://vote-nevada-blog.org/2022-primary-election-resources/

I want to share this very provocative discussion of election reform with Donna Brazile and Michael Steele.  I highly recommend it:  Finding Common Ground on Election Reform https://youtu.be/8v8dB4a9wmo

Some friends started a new podcast this week called Democracy Caravan that focuses on conversations about civic engagement. You can listen here: https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/d64de5c7-4bbd-4035-bf55-2c097cf04fab/democracy-caravan

Friend Jane Grossman is hosting a Zoom meeting Wednesday, June 15th, at 5:30 pm, via Zoom, with the Campaign Legal Center to introduce attendees to the organization’s work in protecting democracy.  If you are interested in learning more, RSVP here: t.ly/9Ea5  

The Juneteenth Celebration and Unity Powwow is this Friday and Saturday, June 10th and 11th at CSN West Charleston Campus Student Union.  The event is open to the public, so, please share this information with family and friends.

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For the event on June 22nd, we are not able to offer a hybrid option for watching the Still Working 9to5 documentary due to copyright issues, but we can offer a hybrid Zoom option for the Question-and-Answer portion and the discussion of the Equal Rights Amendment Ballot Question.  I am also happy to offer a Facebook Live stream of the artwork during the reception.

If you cannot attend the event in person, RSVP for the Zoom link here: https://vote-nevada.news/Still-Working-9to5   We will pull everyone in from the Zoom waiting room as soon as the documentary is finished.

If you can attend in person, the event is at the CSN North Las Vegas Campus, Building A, Room 1772, from 5:30 to 8:00 pm.  Here is a campus map: https://www.csn.edu/about-us/campus-locations/nlv-campus

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Lastly, no Supreme Court rulings in the Dobbs case, which could impact Row v. Wade, so far.

Thank you for being Nevadans with me,

Sondra

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Vote Nevada Update 6/4/2022

Vote Nevada Supporters,

Here is today’s meeting information about the Supreme Court potentially overturning Roe v. Wade:

Today’s Vote Nevada meeting recording: https://vote-nevada.news/Rights-Action-Plan

This is the NPR show about the draft Alito opinion and the danger of eroding the implied right to privacy (there are many more Supreme Court cases that could be next):

https://www.wbur.org/onpoint/2022/05/31/the-fragility-of-unenumerated-rights

For the event on June 22nd, we are not able to offer a hybrid option for watching the Still Working 9to5 documentary due to copyright issues, but we can offer a hybrid Zoom option for the Question and Answer portion and the discussion of the Equal Rights Amendment Ballot Question.  I am also happy to offer a Facebook Live stream of the artwork during the reception.

If you cannot attend the event in person, RSVP for the Zoom link here: https://vote-nevada.news/Still-Working-9to5   We will pull everyone in from the Zoom waiting room as soon as the documentary is finished.

If you can attend in person, the event is at the CSN North Las Vegas Campus, Building A, Room 1772, from 5:30 to 8:00 pm.  Here is a campus map: https://www.csn.edu/about-us/campus-locations/nlv-campus

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Thank you for being Nevadans with me,

Sondra

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Vote Nevada Update 6/2/2022

Vote Nevada Supporters,

Early voting continues through June 10th.  You can submit your mail-in ballot, or you can vote in person.  If you decide to vote with your mail-in ballot, be sure to sign on the back of the envelope.  You can put your mail-in ballot in the mailbox, the postage is pre-paid, or you can take your completed mail-in ballot to any vote center.  Do not stand in line at the vote center, go directly in and follow all instructions for mail-in ballot submission once you are inside.

If you vote in person, either surrender your mail-in ballot when you check-in at the vote center or destroy your mail-in ballot after you vote in person.

We will know who won each race on June 24th.

You can find more election-related information on the Vote Nevada blog: https://vote-nevada-blog.org/2022-primary-election-resources/

For our meeting this Saturday, June 4th, via Zoom, from 9 to 10:30 am, we will be discussing what could happen if Roe v. Wade is overturned.  Specifically, we will discuss the unenumerated right to privacy as well as the Equal Rights Amendment ballot question that will be up for a vote in November.  This ERA ballot question will amend our state constitution. 

You can listen to a short NPR show about the right to privacy and the broader risks if that right is overturned here: https://www.wbur.org/onpoint/2022/05/31/the-fragility-of-unenumerated-rights

RSVP for the June 4th meeting here: https://vote-nevada.news/Right-To-Privacy

We have a new event scheduled to watch the documentary Still Working 9 to 5, which documents the women’s labor movement.  After the viewing, we will have Q&A with Zoey Nicholson, who is featured in the film, and Lilly Ledbetter, who will attend via Zoom.  At the end of the event, we will discuss action items we can do to ensure the state ERA ballot measure passes in November.

The event is on June 22nd, 5:30 to 8:00 pm, at the College of Southern Nevada North Las Vegas Campus, Building A, Room 1772.  This is a campus map: https://www.csn.edu/about-us/campus-locations/nlv-campus

You can sign-up to get event reminders here: https://fb.me/e/1XCU1XUYA

Thank you for being Nevadans with me,

Sondra

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Vote Nevada Update 5/30/2022

Vote Nevada Supporters,

In honor of Memorial Day, I wanted to share some resources on the history of Memorial Day:

https://www.pbs.org/national-memorial-day-concert/memorial-day/history/

Early voting started Saturday and continues to June 10th.  Each voter will receive a mail-in ballot unless the person opted out of receiving a mail-in ballot, but all voters will have a choice between completing the mail-in ballot or voting in person at any of the vote centers.  

If you use your mail-in ballot, be sure to sign the back of the return envelope.  You can then either drop the mail-in ballot in a mailbox or you can deliver it to any of the vote centers listed in your Sample Ballot.  If you drop your mail-in ballot at a vote center, do not stand in line.  Go right into the vote center and follow all instructions from election department poll workers and clerks for dropping off your ballot.

If you vote in person, you can either surrender your mail-in ballot or sign an affirmation that you will not use your mail-in ballot.  Destroy your mail-in ballot after you vote in person.

Vote Nevada has information about this primary election process: https://vote-nevada-blog.org/2022-primary-election-resources/

This Saturday, June 4th, via Zoom, 9-10:30 am, we have a program to review the leaked draft of Justice Alito’s opinion on overturning Roe v. Wade.  We will discuss how we can create a constitutional right to privacy as well as how we can pass an Equal Rights Amendment to our state constitution this November.  You can RSVP here:  https://vote-nevada.news/Right-To-Privacy

 There is a Juneteenth Celebration at the College of Southern Nevada Charleston Campus on June 10th & 11th.  The public is welcome to attend:

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Lastly, after the primary election concludes on June 24th, many candidates and their supporters will be disappointed over not moving forward to the general election.  I know I will feel frustrated again as candidates with good policy ideas lose and drift away. 

To address these problems, this summer Vote Nevada would like to speak with losing candidates to continue discussing their policy proposals and implementation plans.  We are also reviving our discussion about running more candidates as nonpartisans in the next election cycle that we started last summer.

If you would like to suggest candidates for us to invite to these discussions, please complete this form: https://forms.gle/iepqopbHykWtQTMT7

Related to this, I read an interesting article today by Ezra Klein that raised some interesting points about investing as much time and resources into creating government systems that can effectively implement policies as we do crafting good policy.  Here is a copy of the article: 

What America Needs Is a Liberalism That Builds

 Thank you for being Nevadans with me,

Sondra

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Vote Nevada Update 5/21/2022

Vote Nevada Supporters,

Our next two Vote Nevada Meetings are:

May 28th, via Zoom, 9-10:30 am, Adding Pandemic Skill-Sets to Your Resume, RSVP: https://vote-nevada.news/Capturing-Leadership-Skills

June 4th, via Zoom, 9-10:30 am, Do we have a right to privacy?, RSVP: https://vote-nevada.news/Right-To-Privacy   

There is a Juneteenth Celebration at the College of Southern Nevada Charleston Campus on June 10th & 11th.  The public is welcome to attend:

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Here are some election resources:

Defining the relationship between the School Board Trustees & the Superintendents:

https://vote-nevada.news/Trustees-and-Superintendents

Candidate Interviews

Sheriff Candidates: Views on Mental Health

https://vote-nevada.news/Kevin-McMahill

https://vote-nevada.news/Tom-Roberts

 Resources on School Board Governance

CCSD Board Policies

https://www.ccsd.net/trustees/governance/

CCSD Open Book System

https://openbook.ccsd.net/index-data.php

CCSD Accountability & Assessment Data

https://aarsi.ccsd.net/

Washoe County Accountability & Data

http://datagallery.washoeschools.net/Home.aspx

Nevada System of Higher Education Policies & Accountability

https://nshe.nevada.edu/about-our-system/

Important primary election dates

https://vote-nevada-blog.org/2022-primary-election-resources/

Thank you for being Nevadans with me,

Sondra

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Vote Nevada Update 5/19/2022

Vote Nevada Supporters,

Thank you to all who attended one or more of our CCSD Trustee Candidate Showcase events, each was very successful.  The open house format worked well, so we are considering hosting at least one more showcase before early voting starts on May 28th.  More to come as we nail down the details.

Here is the Nevada Independent’s article on the showcases: https://thenevadaindependent.com/article/school-board-races-more-politicized-than-ever-see-incumbents-fending-off-many-challengers

And here is a Channel 3 story: https://news3lv.com/news/local/ccsd-district-g-candidates-talk-school-safety-funding-and-staff-retention

Our next Vote Nevada meeting is this Saturday, May 21st, via Zoom, from 9 to 10:30 am.  We will discuss the relationship between the school boards and the school district superintendents.  You can RSVP here: https://vote-nevada.news/School-Board-Authority

Speaking of early voting, all registered voters will receive a Sample Ballot, with all the information about voting, and then everyone who did not opt out of receiving a mail-in ballot will receive a separate mail-in ballot.  You can either use the mail-in ballot (please remember to sign the back of the envelope) or you can vote in person at any vote center.

If you vote in person, you can either surrender your mail-in ballot at the vote center when you sign in, or you will be asked to sign an affidavit swearing that you have not used and will not use your mail-in ballot.

If you use your mail-in ballot, you can either drop it in the mail or you can drop it in any of the drop boxes at the vote centers, the election departments, or other drop boxes listed in the Sample Ballot.

Also, because the legislature extended the time for the election departments to receive mail-in ballots postmarked by election day and to allow voters to add their signatures to their mail-in ballots if they returned the ballot without signing, we will not know the election winners until ten days after the June 14th election day, so June 24th.

Here are Vote Nevada’s primary election resources: https://vote-nevada-blog.org/2022-primary-election-resources/

I received this opportunity from an outside organization and I thought some of you might be interested:

We’re currently offering free Learning Labs: remote training sessions for people and organizations interested in learning about Artistic Activism methods and tactics and applying them to their work. All are welcome to apply to join. Currently, we’re giving special consideration to those working in organizations supporting U.S. democracy, which is why I wanted to reach out to you.

The Learning Labs are made up of six weekly meetings for a small group of selected participants, based in dynamic discussions and exercises. The sessions are facilitated by an international team of exceptional Workshop Leaders and supported by the Art of Activism book and workbook, which were written by our co-founders and published this past fall.

The dates for upcoming Labs: 

Folks can learn more and apply here: https://c4aa.org/learning-labs

Lastly, we are discussing our current Equal Rights Amendment (which will go into our state constitution if it passes in November) and what it would take to add a right to privacy to the US Constitution or our state constitution at our June 4th Vote Nevada meeting.  You can RSVP here: https://vote-nevada.news/Right-To-Privacy

Thank you for being Nevadans with me,

Sondra

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Vote Nevada Update 5/13/2022

Vote Nevada Supporters,

Sample Ballots and mail-in ballots are starting to arrive in mailboxes, so, I want to remind everyone that we have primary election resources here: https://vote-nevada-blog.org/2022-primary-election-resources/

We will hear from two Clark County Sheriff candidates, Kevin McMahill and Tom Roberts, at our Vote Nevada Behavioral and Mental Health Committee meeting on May 17th from 6 to 7 pm via Zoom.  Please email info@vote-nevada.org if you would like to receive the Zoom link to attend.

Our last CCSD Trustee Candidate Showcase for District G is May 18th, from 5:30 to 7:30 pm, at the Clark County Library, 1401 E. Flamingo Road.

When you arrive at the library please enter through the Main Theater entrance, which faces Escondido Street (not the parking lot).  Once you are in the building, turn to your left and go down the stairs; our room will be to your left once you reach the bottom of the stairs.

Our first two Candidate Showcase events were well-attended, and attendees found the format to be very informative.  When you arrive, you will visit each candidate at their table to chat about their candidacy.  Feel free to bring children and arrive any time during the event.

You can determine your district through this map: https://www.ccsd.net/trustees/pdf/maps/2021-2022/DZG-96141-Trustee-Districts.pdf

Here is the flyer:

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Based on questions I’ve received since the last two Candidate Showcase events, Vote Nevada is offering on May 21st, via Zoom, from 9 to 10:30 am, a meeting to review what the Trustees do with public comments and the relationship between the Trustees and the Superintendent.  You can RSVP here: https://vote-nevada.news/School-Board-Authority

 

On May 28th, via Zoom, from 9:00 to 10:30 am, we will hear a presentation from Suman Randhawa on how to integrate your new pandemic leadership skills into your resume. You can RSVP here: https://vote-nevada.news/Capturing-Leadership-Skills

 

On June 4th, via Zoom, from 9 to 10:30 am, we will discuss the role of the right to privacy in the draft ruling on Roe v. Wade as well as what it would take to add a right to privacy to the U.S. or state constitutions.  RSVP: https://vote-nevada.news/Right-To-Privacy

 

Thank you for being Nevadans with me,

Sondra

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