The U.S. Department of Justice is sending federal employees to watch Nevada elections on Tuesday to “monitor compliance with the federal voting rights laws.”
Many states — including Nevada — require companies to offer employees paid time off to vote on Election Day. But a recent national survey of 150 human resources executives found a majority of employees don’t.
A felony forgery trial was expected to open Monday for Nevada Assembly candidate Michael McDonald. But one day before the election, a judge agreed to shelve the case until March.
The big day is here: Nevadans across the state will head to the polls on Tuesday to make decisions that could reshape the national political landscape.