1. Except as otherwise provided in this section, the general election for trustees
of the district must be conducted by the county clerk and held simultaneously with
the general election of the county in which the district is located.
2. If a district is located:
(a) In more than one county, the general election for trustees of the district must
be conducted by the county clerk of the county in which is located the largest proportion
of the geographic area of the district simultaneously with the general election of
(b) Wholly within the boundaries of a city, the general election for trustees of the
district must be conducted by the city clerk and held simultaneously with the general
city election of the city.
3. The first biennial election of the district must be held simultaneously with the
first general election described in subsection 1 that is held after the creation of
4. At the first biennial election, there must be elected by the qualified electors
of the district three qualified electors to serve as trustees of the board. At the second biennial election, there must be elected by the qualified electors
of the district two qualified electors.
5. The term of office of an elected trustee is 4 years and begins on the first Monday
in January next following the biennial election.
6. The office of trustee is a nonpartisan office.
7. The general election laws of this State govern the candidacy, nominations and election
of a trustee of the board.
8. The provisions of this section that require the election of the board of trustees
do not apply if an interlocal agreement entered into pursuant to NRS 318A.160 provides another method for the selection of the board of trustees.
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