Of the top 10 donors to state elections and initiatives, five groups with ties to billionaires have combined to donate more than $116 million during this election cycle.
Maggie McLetchie, who has sued government agencies in Nevada for access to public records, believes those same government agencies will exploit Marsy’s Law to shield themselves from additional public scrutiny.
As early voting begins, voters face six statewide ballot questions on issues ranging from taxes to energy to voting. Aside from Question 3, which will be covered separately, these measures aren’t worth supporting.
Breakdowns of the six initiatives that are on the Nov. 6 ballot in Nevada.
The opposing sides of Question 3, also called the Energy Choice Initiative, are raising and spending money like no political campaigns before, according to reports filed with the secretary of state’s office on Tuesday night.
Nevada law requires the county to pay the newspaper of record in each county to print information about candidates for office, voting locations and ballot questions that would amend the state constitution.
Backers of the measure, Question 1 on the November ballot, say it will ensure “equal rights for crime victims” in Nevada by embedding rules into the state constitution.
An independent research center explored both sides of six ballot measures facing Nevada voters in November — four of which would be etched into the state constitution.