Nov 12, 2022 | Politics

Nevada May be Decided by Signature Curing

Nevada May be Decided by Signature Curing

As tight margins separate candidates in Nevada’s top races, advocacy groups are focusing on thousands of challenged ballots still requiring signature cures that could be the difference in each race.

Mail ballots submitted to county election officials that have signatures that do not match those on file require “cures,” a process by which county election workers verify the identity of the voter in question before having their ballot counted.

For this election cycle, “challenged ballots must be cured by Monday, Nov. 14 — two days after the deadline to finish counting mail ballots,” The Nevada Independent reports.

Republican Adam Laxalt is currently leading Democrat Catherine Cortez 49% to 48% in Nevada’s U.S. Senate race.

As of right now, only 90% of the vote is in and counties all across the state are still counting ballots.

Clark County – the most populous county…

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