LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — The upcoming 2020 general election will be historic for Nevada and other states because for the first time most voters will primarily use mail-in ballots.
There have been many questions about whether a safe election can be conducted in November. The Nevada Secretary of State’s Office has created a website page that tackles the “Facts vs. Myths” surrounding the upcoming election. It addresses 17 myths and facts surrounding the election.
The site answers questions such as:
- Can you vote in person
- Can a person cast two ballots
- Do election officials verify a voter’s signature on a ballot
- Whether a person can cast a ballot after election day
- Is there potential for fraud if a mail-in ballot is sent to a deceased person
- Whether the counting of mail ballots can be observed by the public
- How are mail ballots counted