None Of The Above
“None of the above,” Nevada’s perpetual ballot loser, will continue to be an option for voters after a federal appeals court Wednesday rejected a Republican-backed lawsuit challenging its constitutionality.
Nevada’s unique law that allows voters to cast a ballot for “none of the above” is coming under new scrutiny over whether it’s constitutional.
Nevada’s perpetual loser didn’t triumph on Election Day, but “none of the above” played a familiar role — not as an outright spoiler, but as a pesky sideline heckler.
Nevada’s “none of the above” voting option will be on the November ballot following an emergency stay sought by the secretary of state’s office and granted by a federal appeals court.
A federal court lawsuit filed in June and financed by the Republican National Committee seeks an injunction to boot Nevada’s unique voter option “none of these candidates” from the November ballot.