For Current Enactment Effort, See:  Massachusetts 2007 Voter Consent Law

Voters for None of the Above
Summary of the Nevada "None of the Above" Statue as prepared by Voters for None of the Above

  Summary: Nevada "None of the Above" Statue  

    Nevada enacted America's first Voter Consent Law in 1976, and it remains in effect today.
    The statue establishes a permanent, non binding "None of these candidates" ballot option for all state wide offices. For each of these offices, after the list of candidates, appears the ballot line "None of these candidates". Voters may vote either for a candidate or for "None of these candidates", but not both. The candidate with the most votes is elected no matter how many votes are cast for "None of these candidates".