The three ballot questions below were authorized by the Nevada Legislature for placement on the
November 4, 2008, general election ballot.
Resolution No. 10 of the 73rd Session proposes to amend the Nevada Constitution
to provide that a person must be a resident of the State for 30 days
before an election to be eligible to vote in that election.
Resolution No. 16 of the 73rd Session proposes to amend the Nevada Constitution
to provide requirements for the enactment of property and sales tax exemptions.
Senate Bill No. 502
of the 74th Session provides for the submission to the voters of the question whether the Sales and Use Tax Act of
1955 should be amended to repeal a tax exemption for the sale of aircraft and major components of aircraft to an airline
based in Nevada and to authorize the Legislature to amend or repeal a provision of that Act without additional voter
approval when necessary to carry out a federal law or interstate agreement for the administration of sales and use taxes.
Note: All amendments to the Nevada Constitution which are proposed by the Nevada Legislature must be approved
in identical form in two successive sessions of the Legislature and then approved by the voters at the
next general election.