Nevada Elections

Sec. § 293C.290
Procedure for posting or publishing alphabetical listing of registered voters; tearing or defacing alphabetical listing prohibited; penalty.


1.

The city clerk shall:

(a)

Require an election board officer to post an alphabetical listing of all registered voters for each precinct in a public area of each polling place in the city; or

(b)

Publish on the Internet website of the city clerk an alphabetical listing of all registered voters for each precinct in the city.

2.

Except as otherwise provided in NRS 293.5002 and 293.558, the alphabetical listing required by subsection 1 must include the name and precinct of each voter.

3.

If the city clerk:

(a)

Requires an alphabetical listing to be posted in each polling place pursuant to paragraph (a) of subsection 1:

(1)

An election board officer at the polling place shall, not less than four times during the hours in which the polling place is open, identify the name of each voter who voted at the polling place; and

(2)

Each page of the alphabetical listing that is posted in a polling place must contain a notice which reads substantially as follows:
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It is unlawful for any person to remove, tear, mark or otherwise deface this alphabetical listing of registered voters except an election board officer acting pursuant to NRS 293C.290.
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(b)

Publishes an alphabetical listing pursuant to paragraph (b) of subsection 1, the city clerk shall, not less than four times during the hours in which polling places in the city are open, identify on the Internet website of the city clerk the name of every voter who has voted at each polling place.

4.

Any person who removes, tears, marks or otherwise defaces an alphabetical listing posted pursuant to this section with the intent to falsify or prevent others from readily ascertaining the name or precinct of any voter, or the fact that a voter has or has not voted, is guilty of a misdemeanor.
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Feb. 5, 2021