Election Day has passed, but things are far from over—statewide races in Nevada are left uncalled. And many uncounted votes could be invalidated due to signature match issues. But these voters have until Monday to get their ballots “cured.”
As of Wednesday afternoon, Senator Catherine Cortez Masto trails her Republican opponent by 22,000 votes—with an unspecified number of ballots left to be counted. Among them are many ballots currently on the reject pile, due to a possible mismatch in the voter’s signature.
Nevada law will allow voters to “cure” their ballots with an elections office by next Monday, Nov. 14, to have their ballots counted. In order to win and protect every Nevadan, we must reach every voter that has encountered a ballot issue and ensure their vote is counted.
The Nevada Democratic Party is running virtual phone banks every day between now and Monday, where you can call these voters from your computer. It is crucial that we reach enough of these voters between now and Monday to ensure Democratic victories.
Do you—or someone you know—live in Nevada, and want to make sure your vote was counted? Check online here. Or if you live in Washoe County (Reno) or Clark County (Las Vegas), and want to ensure that your mail ballot has been counted and how to take any additional steps if needed, visit here for information. If you live anywhere besides Washoe County or Clark County, and you want to ensure that your ballot has been counted and how to take any additional steps needed, call 866-OUR-VOTE.
Looking for even more opportunities to help get out the vote? Check out 2022 GOTV page!
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