• Minor Party Affiliations Scrubbed from NV Voter File

    10/19/2013 via email

    Ross Miller
    Secretary of State
    Nevada State Capitol Building
    101 North Carson Street, Suite 3
    Carson City, NV 89701
    Phone: 775-684-5708

    Secretary Miller,

    Yesterday, I downloaded a copy of the registered voter file for Clark County, NV.
    The file does not list all the voters by minor party affiliation. For example, it does not list the Green party affiliated voters, last estimated at 2000-3000 voters for Clark County.
    By failing to list party affiliation, there is no way to publicly track their numbers as the Greens seek ballot access.

    I spoke with a member of your staff, Justice W. via phone yesterday and he told me your office made the decision to lump all the minor party affiliations into an “other” column.
    Though this may be convenient for your process, it misrepresents the affiliations the voters themselves have made and gives them no way of tracking their numbers and leads to potential distrust of your office by the voters.

    I respectfully request that you list all the voters by their stated party affiliation in the voter file.
    It would be the most honest and transparent way to maintain the data rather than manually manipulate it by changing the affiliations to some “other” category your office invented, which prevents the true number of affiliations from being publicly known.

    David Curtis
    CA Secretary of State candidate
    PO Box 6624
    San Rafael, CA 94903

    415 233 4721


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