Judge strikes down Nevada's 'none' voting optionAssociated Press
Aug. 23, 2012
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Not having a ruler goes against the constitution. - ChrisA quirky Nevada law that Republicans feared could siphon votes from a disgruntled electorate and sway the outcome of close presidential and U.S. Senate races in the state was struck down Wednesday by a federal judge.
U.S. District Judge Robert Jones said the state's decades-old ballot alternative of "none of the above" was unconstitutional because votes for "none" don't count in the final tallies that determine winners.