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“None of These Candidates” Gets the Most Votes in Democratic Gubernatorial Primary in Nevada

Nevada held primaries for the Democratic and Republican Parties on June 10. In the Democratic gubernatorial primary, eight candidates competed with “None of these candidates.” “None” got the most votes, 29.96%. When “none” gets the most votes, there are no consequences, so the nominee is Robert Goodman, who got 24.76%. Here are the results from the Secretary of State’s web page.

7 Responses

  1. Casual Bystander

    Too bad. There should at least be a runoff. If NOTA wins the runoff then no name should appear on the ballot on the Democratic line.

  2. Demo Rep

    More STUNT nonsense.


    NO primaries.
    P.R. and nonpartisan App.V.

  3. Michael

    I agree with C.B. Have NOTA enforced.

  4. TruFoe

    Does anyone have NOTA’s home address? I want him to perform my colonoscopy.

  5. Casual Bystander

    TruFoe… an excellent choice! Any other politician is like a four year prostate exam!

  6. TruFoe

    I think the people who support the NOTA concept for voting ought to go on a strict NOTA above diet.

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