Nevada Elections

Sec. § 293.128
Procedure for qualification.


1.

To qualify as a major political party, any organization must, under a common name:

(a)

On January 1 preceding any primary election, have been designated as a political party on the applications to register to vote of at least 10 percent of the total number of registered voters in this State; or

(b)

File a petition with the Secretary of State not later than the last Friday in February before any primary election signed by a number of registered voters equal to or more than 10 percent of the total number of votes cast at the last preceding general election for the offices of Representative in Congress.

2.

If a petition is filed pursuant to paragraph (b) of subsection 1, the names of the voters need not all be on one document, but each document of the petition must be verified by the circulator thereof to the effect that the signers are registered voters of this State according to the circulator’s best information and belief and that the signatures are genuine and were signed in the circulator’s presence. Each document of the petition must bear the name of a county, and only registered voters of that county may sign the document. The documents which are circulated for signature must then be submitted for verification pursuant to NRS 293.1276 to 293.1279, inclusive, not later than 25 working days before the last Friday in February preceding a primary election.

3.

In addition to the requirements set forth in subsection 1, each organization which wishes to qualify as a political party must file with the Secretary of State a certificate of existence which includes the:

(a)

Name of the political party;

(b)

Names and addresses of its officers;

(c)

Names of the members of its executive committee; and

(d)

Name of the person who is authorized by the party to act as registered agent in this State.

4.

A political party shall file with the Secretary of State an amended certificate of existence within 5 days after any change in the information contained in the certificate.
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