Nevada Elections

Sec. § 293.155
Rules of county and state conventions; delegate must be qualified elector; unit rule of voting prohibited.


Except as otherwise prescribed in this chapter, the state and county party conventions may each adopt its own rules, and each is the judge of the election of its own delegates.


No person may act as a delegate at any convention unless the person is a duly qualified elector of the county or precinct which the person seeks to represent.


Adoption or application of the so-called unit rule of voting, whereby the votes of all delegates from any precinct or precincts, or county or counties, are required to be cast in the manner determined by the majority of delegates from that precinct or precincts, county or counties, and against the protest of a minority of the delegates, in the proceedings of any state or county party convention is prohibited.

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