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Nevada Democrats Chose 'None of These Candidates' in Primary

Elections have historically been defined by their winners and losers - but on Tuesday a primary in Nevada returned a disheartening result for all the candidates: nobody won.

Voters in the state's Democratic primary for governor were so unimpressed by the eight men on offer that the most popular option on the ballot paper was "none of these candidates," which received 30 percent of the vote, according to figures from The Associated Press.

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What a joke.

"If voters did in fact want an empty seat instead of a challenger to face Sandoval they will be disappointed: In second place behind "none of these candidates" was Robert Goodman, a man who has run twice before and this time received 25 percent of the vote. State law means he will be the Democratic candidate."

So, the "none of these candidates" ballots, while making a statement, mean nothing.

Sandoval did nothing when the Feds went after Bundy.

I would vote for Vanderbeek!

Have you heard this http://relate4ever.com/davidlory-vanderbeek-interview yet?

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Vote for nobody!

I didn't know that ANY states had a "none of the above" option on the ballot. Good for Nevada! Are there any others, besides Nevada?

Sure would be nice to elect a full slate of "none of the above." Everybody, just go home.

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so awesome


Jesse Ventura's Vision Becomes A Reality

Let it spread far and wide.

"Bipartisan: both parties acting in concert to put both of their hands in your pocket."-Rothbard

Nevada - Summary Vote Results

30% 21,718 None of these candidates
25% 17,950 Goodman, Robert
11% 8,229 Frye, Stephen