Expand. “Early voting is valued by every Nevadan. That’s not a party issue.” Eliminating early voting “hurts our working families” who work on election day.
Limit. Will reform Nevada’s election system by implementing voter ID, eliminating early voting in favor of single-day voting, and eliminating mail-in ballots, along with “aggressive voter roll clean-up” and “unfettered poll watch reforms.”
Yes. “The dangerous, false rhetoric about the 2020 election has translated into real threats of violence against public servants.”
No. Says that since 2006, candidates “have been installed by the deep-state cabal” seeking to establish “a socialist, communist, tyrannical government.” “President Trump and I lost an election in 2020 because of a rigged election.”
No. Hand-counting paper ballots is “a solution to a problem that doesn’t exist.”
Yes. Advocates for county commissioners in Nevada to switch from electronic voting systems to hand-counting paper ballots.
Voter suppression. Praised 2021 laws expanding voting access through adoption of a permanent vote-by-mail system. Advocates for further protection of election workers. “We must make it a felony to threaten Nevada election workers.”
Voter fraud. ”We need to protect our election integrity! VOTE Jim Marchant in 2022 to FIGHT voter fraud!”
No. Supports current Nevada election laws as “some of the best in the country,” making state elections “open to all voters.” (Nevada does not require government-issued ID to vote, except for first-time voters.)
Yes. Says the move to mail-in ballots has made voting more accessible and increased voter participation. “Every registered voter gets their ballot sent right to their mailbox, with plenty of time to do their research and mail it back.”
No. Nevada election systems are “pretty secure.” Praised the efforts by current Secretary of State Barbara Cegavske to maintain election security “to the highest degree of integrity.”
Yes. Said that voting machines are “easy” to hack, and called for a “non-computer” election system.
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