NV Leg Alert: Urge Gov Sisolak To Veto These Bills

The 81st Legislative Session has been the most partisan session in recent years. Democrats have worked diligently to erode our 2A Rights, degrade our elections, and much more. With the final day rapidly approaching on May 31st, we are asking you to help us with our final stand and to contact Governor Sisolak and demand that he VETO the following bills that are passed this weekend:
AB 321: Makes universal mail voting and ballot harvesting permanent. This bill would ensure that voting irregularities, ballot harvesting, and all the issues we saw in the 2020 elections would continue. It would also cost millions of dollars to facilitate.
AB 126: Takes away the rights of political parties to determine how they will select their nominee for President by mandating that the nominee will be chosen in a separate Presidential Primary Election. This accelerates the timeline of the primaries in Nevada which could conflict and penalize our political parties on a National scale. Implementation of this bill will cost Nevada’s taxpayers.
SB 292: enables straight-ticket voting here in Nevada. Straight-ticket voting allows voters to choose a party’s ENTIRE slate of candidates with just a single ballot mark. It discourages voter engagement and informed voting. Informed voters help improve the election process and ensure that the best candidate is elected to represent the concerns they have, an aspect of elected office Democrats in the Legislature HATE.
This bill requires the State of Nevada to hold a special primary election in place of the internal party nominating process to fill. That means two complete elections to fill a single vacancy. We don’t even know the expense of that because the Secretary of State declined to give an estimate on a “vacancy which may or may not occur”. Accordingly, the fiscal notes for this bill are understated by millions of dollars. It also removes important NRS that Governs the rights of political parties.
AB 432:  Expanding automatic voter registration to 15 other state agencies and 32 tribal locations. Automatic Voter Registration (AVR) has been plagued with issues, as we saw during the election when over 60,000 voters were put into provisional status in Clark County alone. Many of these voters thought they had registered via the DMV, and yet their vote was put in jeopardy at the polling place. It is the height of folly to expand an imperfect program. Rather than increasing the uncertainty in our election process, the Legislature should be fixing the process and imposing penalties for systems failing.
SB 452: This bill essentially negates the Right to Carry a Concealed Weapon (permit) and to open carry a weapon in almost every public space. Currently, you are not permitted to carry in a school, child care facility, on premises of the System of Higher Education, or in a public building that has a metal detector. NRS202.3673.
This bill defines “Covered Premises” where you can no longer carry concealed without specific written permission including: a club venue, golf course, a casino, a theater, a church, hotel/motel, shopping mall, stadium, arena, concert hall, showroom, anywhere with live entertainment, a sporting event (rodeo, ball game, fireworks event, state or county fair, horse or car racing, etc.). In other words, this bill makes it illegal to carry almost everywhere.
SB 420: Sponsored by Democrat Senate Majority Leader Nicole Cannizzaro. This bill creates a government-run public option in the state of Nevada which will cost Nevadans $77 Million in its first two years, and nearly $200 million in the following two years. According to the legislature’s own fiscal notes, the ongoing costs will be tens of millions of dollars every year after that.
AB 261: Creates an environment on youth indoctrination.This bill will mandate all school districts to adopt curriculum grounded in critical race theory (CRT).
Democrat Leadership in the Legislature think that because they control the Governor’s Mansion they can pass all of these detrimental bills without pushback. We have one last chance to use our strength in numbers to VETO these bills. Contact Governor Sisolak here and tell him to stop the madness.
Governor’s Office:
Phone- (775) 684-5670
Sample Template:
Governor Sisolak,
As a concerned citizen, I implore that you VETO SB 452.
This bill essentially negates the Right to Carry a Concealed Weapon (permit) and to open carry a weapon in almost every public space. Currently, you are not permitted to carry in a school, child care facility, on premises of the System of Higher Education, or in a public building that has a metal detector. NRS202.3673. 
        
This bill defines “Covered Premises” where you can no longer carry concealed without specific written permission including: a club venue, golf course, a casino, a theater, a church, hotel/motel, shopping mall, stadium, arena, concert hall, showroom, anywhere with live entertainment, a sporting event (rodeo, ball game, fireworks event, state or county fair, horse or car racing, etc.). In other words, this bill makes it illegal to carry almost everywhere.
Please Veto SB 452 to protect our 2nd Amendment Rights in Nevada.

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