Like other battleground states where GOP officials have charged widespread voter fraud is swinging elections, Nevada officials say they are finding very little to back the claims.
"We certainly haven't seen any evidence of voter fraud in Nevada," said Nevada Secretary of State Ross Miller.
He said there have been some instances of voter registration fraud but that it's most often caught immediately.
"We haven't seen the kinds of impersonation or other access fraud that has been alleged," he said.
He made the comments on the eve of national voter registration day, which is today.
Miller credited Nevada's election officials …