Nevada Elections

Sec. § 293B.085
Several elective to same offices; effect of overvote.


A mechanical voting system must permit the voter to vote for as many persons for an office as the voter is lawfully entitled to vote for, but no more. If a voter casts more votes for an office than the voter is lawfully entitled, the counting device or electronic computer must be programmed so that those votes are not counted. The remainder of the voter’s ballot must be counted if it is otherwise lawfully voted.
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