Nevada Elections

Sec. § 293C.295
Voting by person successfully challenged on grounds of residency.


1.

If a person is successfully challenged on the ground set forth in paragraph (a) of subsection 2 of NRS 293C.292 or if a person refuses to provide an affirmation pursuant to NRS 293C.525, the election board shall instruct the voter that he or she may vote only at the special polling place in the manner set forth in this section.

2.

The city clerk shall maintain at least one special polling place at such locations as the city clerk deems necessary during each election. The ballots voted at the special polling place must be kept separate from the ballots of voters who have not been so challenged or who have provided an affirmation pursuant to NRS 293C.525 in a special sealed container if the ballots are ballots that are voted on a mechanical recording device which directly records the votes electronically.

3.

A person who votes at a special polling place may vote only for the following offices and questions:

(a)

All officers for whom all voters in the city may vote; and

(b)

Questions that have been submitted to all voters of the city.

4.

The ballots voted at the special polling place must be counted when other ballots are counted and, if the ballots are ballots that are voted on a mechanical recording device that directly records the votes electronically, maintained in a separate sealed container until any contest of election is resolved or the date for filing a contest of election has passed, whichever is later.
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