Nev. Admin. Code § 293.185 - Verification of signatures on certain petitions: Discrepancy in address
Current through August 4, 2021
NRS 293.124, 293.1277, 293.247
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NAC 293.185 Verification of signatures on certain petitions: Discrepancy in address. (NRS 293.124, 293.1277, 293.247)
1. If, while verifying signatures pursuant to NRS 293.1277, a county clerk discovers that an address included with a signature does not match the address for the registered voter who signed the petition as indicated in the file of applications to register to vote, the clerk shall notify the registered voter of the discrepancy. The notification required pursuant to this subsection may be accomplished by the county clerk posting notice of the discrepancy on the county clerk’s website. Such notification must include, without limitation, the name of the registered voter and information relating to how the registered voter may contact the county clerk to resolve the discrepancy.
2. A county clerk shall not verify any signature for a person who has been notified of a discrepancy pursuant to subsection 1 unless the person demonstrates to the satisfaction of the clerk that the person is a registered voter of the State, county, district or municipality which is applicable for the ballot question or office that is the subject of the petition.
(Added to NAC by Sec’y of State by R163-07, eff. 12-4-2007; A by R124-11, 12-30-2011)