Nevada Elections

Sec. § 293C.342
Eligibility of certain voters to vote by mail; effect of city clerk designating precinct as mailing precinct.


1.

A registered voter who resides in an election precinct in which there were not more than 200 voters registered for the last preceding city general election, or in a precinct in which it appears to the satisfaction of the city clerk and Secretary of State that there are not more than 200 registered voters, may vote at any election regulated by this chapter in the manner provided in NRS 293C.345 to 293C.352, inclusive.

2.

Whenever the city clerk has designated a precinct as a mailing precinct, registered voters residing in that precinct may vote at any election regulated by this chapter in the manner provided in NRS 293C.345 to 293C.352, inclusive.
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