The Election Ordinance contains rules and regulations governing the September 1864 election for ratification of the constitution and the November 1864 election for the state’s first officers. In the sole case invoking these provisions, the Nevada Supreme Court held that the election ordinance applied only to these two elections mandated by the enabling act and not to any elections that might take place in the future (State ex rel. McMillan v. Sadler, 1899). Because these provisions are of historical interest only and are self-explanatory, they are provided here...
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