Nevada Elections

Sec. § 293.181
Declaration of residency required of candidates for office of State Legislator; form; contents; unlawful for candidates to make certain false statements.


1.

A candidate for the office of State Senator, Assemblyman or Assemblywoman must execute and file, with his or her declaration of candidacy, a declaration of residency which must be in substantially the following form:
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I, the undersigned, do swear or affirm under penalty of perjury that I have been a citizen resident of this State as required by NRS 218A.200; that I understand that knowingly and willfully filing a declaration of residency which contains a false statement is a crime punishable as a gross misdemeanor and also subjects me to a civil action disqualifying me from entering upon the duties of the office; and that I have actually, as opposed to constructively, resided at the following residence or residences since November 1 of the preceding year:
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Street Address Street Address
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City or Town City or Town
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State State
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From................... To.................... From........................ To....................
Dates of Residency Dates of Residency
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Street Address Street Address
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City or Town City or Town
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State State
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From................... To.................... From........................ To....................
Dates of Residency Dates of Residency
(Attach additional sheet or sheets of residences as necessary)
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2.

Each address of a candidate which must be included in the declaration of residency pursuant to subsection 1 must be the street address of the residence where the candidate actually, as opposed to constructively, resided or resides in accordance with NRS 281.050, if one has been assigned. The declaration of residency must not be accepted for filing if any of the candidate’s addresses are listed as a post office box unless a street address has not been assigned to the residence.

3.

Any person who knowingly and willfully files a declaration of residency which contains a false statement in violation of this section is guilty of a gross misdemeanor.
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