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Judge strikes down option to vote for "none" in Nevada

A federal judge this week struck down the option to vote for "none of these candidates" on the Nevada ballot in November. U.S. District Court Judge, Robert C. Jones said in his ruling, since "none" can never win a race, those votes don't count. Nevada Secretary of State Ross Miller has said his office will file an immediate appeal. We'll talk with Secretary of State Ross Miller about the impact of removing Nevada's "none of these candidates" option from the ballot.
 
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