As one of the most diverse states in America and often considered a swing state, Nevada has a key role in the 2020 election and due to its diverse nature, the state's residents experience a particular challenge in voting. Along with providing mail-in voting options, it is also important to provide safe in-person voting opportunities for marginalized communities who prefer that method over vote-by-mail. We must ensure that we are meeting people where they are so that they can cast their ballot in a way that works best for them.
Contact Governor Sisolak and Secretary Cegavske
Contact Governor Sisolak, Secretary Cegavske, and the State Assembly to demand that they:
- Mail ever eligible Nevadan a ballot with pre-paid postage which can be accepted postmarked Election Day
- Repeal voter ID laws
- Provide PPE for poll workers
- Restore voting rights for individuals convicted of misdemeanor or felonies and disseminate information on restoration of voting rights
Get Ready to Vote
Set a Reminder on Your Calendar of the Start of In-person Early Voting
Learn more about early voting in Nevada such as what it is exactly and when it is available.
Learn Nevada’s voting laws
Learn more about voting in Nevada including important deadlines, registration information, and where/how to vote.
Call Your City Council Members and Mayors
Call your city council members and mayors to put pressure on Secretary Cegavske to allocate funding for PPE for poll workers:
- Las Vegas
- Mayor Debra March, (702)-434-5344
- 4 councilmembers (1 per ward)
- Michelle Romero, (702) 267 - 2403
- Dan Shaw, (702) 267 - 2404
- John Marz, (702) 267 - 2405
- Dan Stewart, (702) 267 - 2402
- Mayor Hillary Schieve, (775)-378-5589, [email protected]
- 6 councilmembers (5 ward, 1 at large)
- At Large: Devon Reese, (775) 334 - 2014, [email protected]
- Ward 1: Jenny Brekhus, (775) 334 - 2011, [email protected]
- Ward 2: Naomi Duerr, (775) 334 - 2017, [email protected]
- Ward 3: Oscar Delgado: (775) 334 - 2012, [email protected]
- Ward 4: Bonnie Weber: (775) 334 - 2015, [email protected]
- Ward 5: Neoma Jardon, (775) 334 - 2016, [email protected]
- North Las Vegas
- Mayor John Jay Lee, (702) 633-1007
- 4 councilmembers (1 per ward)
- Ward 1: Isaac Barron, (702) 633 - 1011
- Ward 2: Pamela Goynes-Brown, (702) 633 - 1336
- Ward 3: Scott Black, (702) 633 - 1010
- Ward 4: Richard Chericho, (702) 633 - 1194
Become a Democracy Organizer for Your Community
As a Democracy Organizer, you’ll receive training and assistance on how to activate your own team of volunteers. Your mission: to use the resources available to you through Brady and March for Our Lives to help your volunteers take the action to eliminate the barriers to accessible voting, for this years election and beyond.
What does that actually mean? We’ll ask you to create your own team of volunteers made up of your friends and family. Then we’ll train you on the campaign’s strategy and tactics. So in an average week on the campaign, we’ll ask you to set up a video-conference meeting with your team where you’ll explain the team’s actions for the week. Don’t worry--you won’t be expected to do this on your own. We’ll help every step of the way! We expect this work will take 5-7 hours a week.