12/12: Nevada's new motor voter law could cost the state upwards of $5 million to implement.
11/7: Nevada voters approved a ballot measure that will instate automatic voter registration.
10/4: Nevada Secretary of State announced a record high registration rate before the November midterms, including a large number of nonpartisan voters.
9/30: Nevada's new policy of sending absentee ballots during every election cycle to voters who requested the ballot once opens the state up for voter fraud.
8/15: Renaldo Johnson was convicted of forging signatures to qualify to run as Nevada's Green Party candidate in 2016.
7/29: The millions spent on new voting machines in Nevada did not stop 43 citizens from double voting.
7/24: The Nevada Secretary of State is launching an investigation into six Clark County residents who voted twice in the last election.
6/22: A man plead guilty to forging signatures to qualify for Nevada's green party ballot.
6/20: Nevada voters will decide whether or not to adopt automatic voter registration when the proposed measure appears on the midterm ballot.
6/18: Clark County's close primary may be facing a redo after 43 double votes were discovered.