Four ballot questions scheduled to appear on Nevada 2010 ballot
CARSON CITY, Nevada: At least four measures will appear on the November 2, 2010 statewide ballot in Nevada. Lawmakers approved the language for the measures on May 7. Two measures relate to judicial reform, while one relates to eminent domain and one to taxes. Approximately eight citizen-initiatives have been filed for the 2010 ballot. The petition signature filing deadline for initiated state statutes has already passed but proposed initiated constitutional amendments are due by June 15, 2010. The chart below details currently approved ballot measures.
November 2, 2010 statewide ballot: November 2:
|Question 1||Judicial reform||Creation of a selection panel that would recommend candidates to the governor for judicial appointment||
|Question 2||Judicial reform||Allow lawmakers to create an intermediate appellate court between the district courts and Nevada Supreme Court||
|LRSS||Question 3||Taxes||Allows lawmakers to make certain tax changes without going to a vote of the people||
|Question 4||Eminent domain||Prohibit the taking of private property if it is to be transferred to a private party||