Signature requirement increase for 2010 Nevada ballot measures

Tue, Sep 1 2009 — Source: San Jose Mercury News

The Nevada Secretary of State’s office says petition initiatives to amend the state’s constitution need about 60 percent more signatures to get on the ballot in 2010. The state agency says more than 38,000 more signatures will be required from the state’s three congressional districts because of turnout in the 2008 election. Legislators changed the law this year to make supporters collect signatures by congressional district instead of by county.

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