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None of the Above - is Nevada losing the option
None of the Above - is Nevada losing the option

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AIR DATE: June 19, 2012

A federal lawsuit has been filed to have the "none of the above" removed from the Nevada ballots before the upcoming November election.  How has this other option played a role in past elections in Nevada? Which candidates would benefit from having it still on the ballot?
 
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Jon Ralston, host, Face to Face on KSNV and political columnist, LV Sun

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Thanks for having Ralston on. He seems to be one of the few people in this entire state who has a clue what is going on, or even cares. I'm not a huge fan of the Democratic Party, but it stuns me that any working-class person could vote for a Republican. Adelson should be the poster guy for getting money out of politics.
art ruehlsJun 14, 2012 09:22:26 AM
I decided years ago to not give my vote to the lesser of two evils, for it's that attitude that gets evil-doers elected. So, as far as I'm concerned, my marking "none of the above" or my just not voting for anyone for a given office has the same effect, i.e. people who I don't support don't get my vote. In that context, this controversy seems a storm in a teacup.
Tim HuntJun 13, 2012 19:11:32 PM
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