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U.S. Supreme Court Refuses to Hear Republican Party of Nevada Appeal on “None of These Candidates”

On January 13, the U.S. Supreme Court refused to hear Republican Party of Nevada v Miller, 13-442. This is the case in which some Republican nominees for presidential elector in 2012, and the state party, and some voters who want to vote for “None of these candidates” were told that they lack standing. They wanted to challenge the Nevada rules that say that even if “none of these candidates” wins, that has no effect. The plaintiffs argued that, therefore, voters who vote for “none of these candidates” are not being treated equally with other voters.

3 Responses

  1. Demo Rep

    How about getting the NV folks to do a PR/App.V. petition to make their votes count ???

  2. David

    Why not just amend this law down in Carson City, so that if NOTA wins then we hold a new election with new candidates. (We will not surrender)

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