Nev. Admin. Code § 293.Sec. 3.6 - NEW

Current through March 28, 2022

1. Except as otherwise provided in subsection 2 and section 4, each county clerk, city clerk and all staff members of the county or city clerk whose duties include administering an election must, at least once each year, successfully complete a training class on forensic signature verification that is approved by the Secretary of State. In order to successfully complete such a training class, a person must receive a passing grade on a written test on forensic signature verification.
2. Except as otherwise provided in this subsection, any staff member whose regular duties at the office of the county or city clerk includes signature verification and who, for 2 consecutive years, has taken an approved training class on forensic signature verification and received a passing grade on the written test, may, in lieu of the training class described in subsection 1, attend a refresher class on forensic signature verification. A refresher class must be approved by the Secretary of State pursuant to section 2. A staff member who completes a refresher class in lieu of the training class described in subsection 1 must successfully complete a training class described in subsection 1 at least once every 3 years.
3. Each county or city clerk shall:
(a) Identify which members of his or her staff are required to successfully complete the approved training class on forensic signature verification or refresher class on forensic signature verification; and
(b) Submit to the Secretary of State certificates of completion of the classes for all such staff members:
(1) On or before April 1 of each year; and
(2) Not later than 2 weeks before the start of early voting for any election.

Notes

Nev. Admin. Code § 293.Sec. 3.6
Added to NAC by Sec'y of State by R106-21A, eff. 2/22/2022
NRS 293.124, 293.247, sections 16, 64 of Assembly Bill No. 321, chapter 248, Statutes of Nevada 2021, at pages 1223, 1250 (NRS 293.877, 293C.725, respectively).

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