Nevada: Question 3

The Top-Five Ranked Choice Voting Initiative would establish Ranked-Choice Voting in the state of Nevada. Additionally, this initiative would make it so that the top 5 vote-getting candidates, regardless of their political party, would move from the primary to the general election. Voters would then use Ranked-Choice Voting in the general election, ranking each candidate from 1-5. This initiative originally passed in 2022, but Nevada requires any constitutional amendment to be approved by voters for 2 elections in a row. 

To learn more about this initiative and what will be on Nevada's ballot, visit Ballotpedia or contact the Nevada Secretary of State's office, and to learn more about Ranked-Choice Voting, visit our friends at FairVote.