Nev. Rev. Stat. § 293.730

Current through 81st (2021) Session Chapters 1-48, 50, 51, 63, 67, 69, 71-74, 82, 84, 85, 94, 98, 100, 101,105, 107, 121, 124, 125, 142, 144-146, 149, 152, 154-161, 164, 165, 167-169, 174, 176
Section 293.730 - Interfering with conduct of election; unauthorized delivery, receipt, identification, display or removal of ballot
1. Except for an election board officer in the course of the election board officer's official duties, a person shall not:
(a) Remain in or outside of any polling place so as to interfere with the conduct of the election.
(b) Accept from any voter a ballot prepared by or on behalf of the voter , other than an absent ballot, mailing ballot, mail ballot or military-overseas ballot prepared by or on behalf of the voter with his or her authorization pursuant to this title.
(c) Remove a ballot from any polling place before the closing of the polls.
(d) Apply for or receive a ballot at any election precinct or district other than one at which the person is entitled to vote.
(e) Show his or her ballot to another person, after voting, so as to reveal any of his or her votes on the ballot, other than on his or her absent ballot, mailing ballot, mail ballot or military-overseas ballot prepared by or on behalf of the voter with his or her authorization pursuant to this title.
(f) Inside a polling place, ask another person for his or her name, address or political affiliation or for whom he or she intends to vote.
(g) Send, transmit, distribute or deliver a ballot to a voter , other than an absent ballot, mailing ballot, mail ballot or military-overseas ballot when permitted pursuant to this title.
(h) Except when permitted by the voter, alter, change, deface, damage or destroy an absent ballot, mailing ballot, mail ballot or military-overseas ballot prepared by or on behalf of the voter with his or her authorization pursuant to this title.
2. A voter shall not:
(a) Accept a ballot from another person , other than an election board officer in the course of the election board officer's official duties or a person who sends, transmits, distributes or delivers an absent ballot, mailing ballot, mail ballot or military-overseas ballot to the voter when permitted pursuant to this title.
(b) Deliver to an election board officer in the course of the election board officer's official duties any ballot other than the one received.
(c) Place any mark upon his or her ballot by which it may afterward be identified as the one that he or she voted , other than any such mark that is permitted to be placed on an absent ballot, mailing ballot, mail ballot or military-overseas ballot prepared by or on behalf of the voter with his or her authorization pursuant to this title.
3. Any person who violates any provision of this section is guilty of a category E felony and shall be punished as provided in NRS 193.130.

NRS 293.730

Added to NRS by 1960, 270 [Ch. 157]; A 1973, 871 [Ch. 549]; 1985, 335 [Ch. 88]; 1987, 1168 [Ch. 509]; 1989, 2170 [Ch. 884]; 1995, 2785 [Ch. 723]; 2011, 2100 [Ch. 365]; 2019, 4103 [Ch. 619]; 2020, 32nd Special Session,49 [Ch. 3]
Amended by 2020SP2, Ch. 3,§53, eff. 8/3/2020.
Amended by 2019, Ch. 619,§70, eff. 1/1/2020.
Added to NRS by 1960, 270; A 1973, 871; 1985, 335; 1987, 1168; 1989, 2170; 1995, 2785; 2011, 2100
See 2020SP2, Ch. 3, §85.