Las Vegas, Nevada 2021-09-28 20:43:53 –
Las Vegas (KLAS) — Tuesday is the national voter registration date.
In Nevada, seats will be in the nation’s attention in the 2022 elections.
However, there is a growing tendency for nonpartisan registration.
As part of National Voter Registration Day, UNLV students registered for voting in the afternoon.
“You want to hear your voice, everyone really wants it,” said UNLV student Desiree Caraballo. “I find voting very important, especially if you want to make a difference in today’s society. It’s really great to help them spread my voice.”
The university sponsored many nonpartisan registration booths.
Erick Ochoa, Program Coordinator for Student Service Learning and Leadership at UNLV, said:
The active vote count in Clark County shows that the base of independents is expanding.
August registrations show that 499,000 are Democrats, 362,000 are nonpartisan, and 352,000 are Republicans.
Keith Shipper, a spokesman for the Republican National Committee, said most of it was due to the Automobile Bureau’s automatic voter registration.
“We want people who identify with the Republican Party, or who don’t know what the Republican Party is, to understand what we are doing. Small government, free businesses, “Freedom for all,” Shipper told 8 News Now.
There were no Democratic registration booths on Tuesday’s UNLV campus.
Nevada Democratic Victory has issued a statement on 8 News Now.
From Tuesday to the 2022 election day, the Democratic Party is focused on giving Nevadans to vote and access to voting booths.
Victory of Nevada Democracy