Nevada Elections

Sec. § 293.197
Each department of district court constitutes separate office for nomination and election; ballots used in certain counties.


1.

In any judicial district that has more than one district judge, each department is a separate office for the purposes of nominating and electing the district judge of that department.

2.

In any judicial district that includes a county whose population is 100,000 or more:

(a)

The departments of the family division of the district court must be denoted as such on all ballots and sample ballots, using the words “district court judge, family division, department . . .” Each such department must be separately designated.

(b)

The remaining departments of the district court must be denoted as such on all ballots and sample ballots, using the words “district court judge, department . . .” Each such department must be designated with a numeral, beginning with “1” and continuing in sequence for each department.
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Feb. 5, 2021