by Thomas Lifson
Democrats are not taking any chances that Nevada’s recent turn to Democrats will hand them the state’s six electoral votes in November. The State Assembly there just passed legislation to send mail-in ballots to every voter and allow ballot-harvesting. James DeHaven reports in the Reno Gazette-Journal:
Lawmakers advanced a divisive mail-in voting measure and revisited a tense clash over mining taxes during the frenetic first day of Nevada’s 32nd special legislative session.
Friday’s battle over Assembly Bill 4, the elections bill, comes after a mostly mail-in June primary election that saw some voters wait several hours at one of the “extremely limited” in-person polling places state officials kept open during the coronavirus outbreak.