NV Sec of State Says More Than 3,500 Ballots Have Yet to be Validated

The Nevada Secretary of State’s Office says there are more than 3,500 ballots in Nevada that have yet to be validated, because of issues regarding the signature on the ballot return envelope. Either the required signature is missing or it doesn’t match the signature on voter registration rolls. As an election safeguard, voters were required to sign the ballot return envelope for mail-in ballots. According to the Nevada Secretary of State’s website, there were 3,536 ballots statewide that needed signature cures, the majority, are in Clark County. Of those ballots, 734 are identified as Democrat, 500 are identified as Republican and another 764 are listed as other.