September 1, 2015
The results of the Nevada 2014 primary mean a lot of the names on the signs around town won't be on the November ballot. The candidates not moving onto the general election have 30 days to take their signs down.
Nevada law sets time periods for the placement of campaign signs along interstate and primary highways. Campaign signs must not be placed next to these highways earlier than 60 days before a primary election and must be removed by no later than 30 days after that election.
A successful candidate in the primary election may display his or her campaign signs through the following general election, removing them 30 days later.
For more information or to report a violation, please contact the Department of Transportation at (775) 888-7000.
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