1. The city clerk shall appoint and notify registered voters to act as election board
officers for the various polling places and precincts in the city as provided in NRS 293.225, 293.227, 293C.227 to 293C.245, inclusive, and 293C.382. No candidate for nomination or election or a relative of the candidate within the
second degree of consanguinity or affinity may be appointed as an election board officer. Immediately after election board officers are appointed, if requested by the city
clerk, the chief law enforcement officer of the city shall:
(a) Appoint an officer for each polling place in the city and for the central election
board or the absent ballot central counting board; or
(b) Deputize, as an officer for the election, an election board officer for each polling
place and for the central election board or the absent ballot central counting board. The deputized officer may not receive any additional compensation for the services
he or she provides as an officer during the election for which the officer is deputized.
Officers so appointed and deputized shall preserve order during hours of voting and
attend the closing of the polls.
2. The city clerk may appoint a trainee for the position of election board officer
as set forth in NRS 293C.222.
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