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Question 3 is a risky and costly Constitutional Amendment on Nevada's November 2018 statewide ballot. For more information, please visit
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NO on 3 Nov 6
The results are in: Question 3 has been defeated! Thank you to voters for taking the time to look into the facts on this risky and costly proposal. We couldn’t have done this without you!
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NO on 3 Nov 5
Consumer advocates oppose Question 3 because it would eliminate existing consumer protections that help Nevada's most vulnerable populations get access to affordable, reliable electricity.
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NO on 3 Nov 5
A diverse group of Nevadans from across the state have come together to oppose Question 3.
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NO on 3 Nov 5
Tomorrow, polls open at 7:00 a.m. - get there early and beat the lines to vote NO on Question 3!
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NO on 3 Nov 4
Question 3 would shut down Nevada's existing rooftop solar program. Vote NO on 3.
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NO on 3 Nov 3
Question 3 would threaten clean energy projects across Nevada, including Nevada's existing rooftop solar program.
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NO on 3 Nov 2
Today is the last day for early voting in Nevada! Beat the crowds and get to the polls to vote NO on 3!
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NO on 3 Nov 2
Electricity deregulation under Question 3 would cause electric rates to increase all across the state. Please vote NO on 3.
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NO on 3 Nov 1
Nevada's existing electricity system is a leader in renewable energy. Question 3 would put that at risk.
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NO on 3 Nov 1
Tomorrow is the last day for early voting in Nevada! Remember to show up and vote NO on Question 3.
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NO on 3 Oct 31
Question 3 would be bad for all Nevadans. Please join us and vote NO on 3.
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NO on 3 Oct 30
Question 3 would increase electricity rates across Nevada, costing the average family hundreds more per year. Please vote NO on 3.
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NO on 3 Oct 27
Question 3 would lock electricity deregulation into Nevada's constitution, making it harder to fix when things go wrong.
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NO on 3 Oct 26
Not only does Question 3 do nothing for renewable energy, it would increase Nevada's dependence on out-of-state fossil fuels.
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NO on 3 Oct 26
Former Nevada Secretary of State Ross Miller opposes Question 3 because it would dismantle and deregulate Nevada’s existing electric system.
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NO on 3 Oct 25
Still undecided about Question 3? Take this short voter test to help make up your mind.
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NO on 3 Oct 24
Question 3 would be especially bad for rural Nevadans. Vote NO on Question 3.
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NO on 3 Oct 23
Las Vegas Weekly called Question 3 a “formula for chaos.” Please vote NO on 3. 
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NO on 3 Oct 22
Question 3 would create major roadblocks to fixing the problems caused by electricity deregulation.
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NO on 3 Oct 22
Former Nevada Attorney General Frankie Sue DelPapa opposes Question 3 because it would lock electricity deregulation into Nevada’s Constitution. Get the facts: 
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