The supreme executive power of this State, shall be vested in a Chief Magistrate who shall be Governor of the State of Nevada. This single sentence accomplishes two goals: it gives executive power to the chief magistrate, and it provides the title “governor” to that person. Although the legislative power is a broad one, defined as including all powers that are not delegated to the executive or judicial branch or prohibited by the U.S. and Nevada Constitutions (see Article 4), the executive power is narrower. In spite of the generally good relations that Nevada...
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