Nevada: Navigating Outdated Systems To Vote In Nevada | Nevada Public Radio

September 13, 2015

Nevada is set to figure big in the 2016 election. Not only might we be the deciding state in the presidential election, but who we elect in the Senate race to replace Sen. Harry Reid may determine the balance of power in Congress. And two ballot measures – on legalized marijuana and firearms background checks – will bring people to the polls in droves. Are we ready for this? Is our election system set to handle the influx of voters? On machines that were built more than 15 years ago? Clark County Registrar of Voters Joehttps://www.verifiedvoting.org/navigating-outdated-systems-to-vote-in-nevada-nevada-public-radio/ Gloria is certain he can keep the voting machines healthy through the 2016 election, but he’s not sure how much magic he and his staff can work after this. “We definitely need to start that conversation and the time to plan is now,” Gloria told KNPR’s State of Nevada, “Nobody plans to fail, they fail to plan.” Read more: https://www.verifiedvoting.org/navigating-outdated-systems-to-vote-in-nevada-nevada-public-radio/