Here's a candidate who won't let you down: Nobody!
That's who Nevada Democrats chose in Tuesday's primary election. The "None of these candidates" option won, with 30 percent of the vote, to run against popular GOP Gov. Brian Sandoval.
The "none of the above" option has been offered in the state since the 1970s after the Watergate scandal to counteract voter apathy, the Washington Post reports.
Coming in second place, with 25 percent of the vote, was former state economic development director Robert Goodman, who won 25 percent of the vote.
Under state law, Goodman will appear as the Democrat candidate:
"Only votes cast for the named candidates shall be counted in determining nomination or election to any statewide office or presidential nominations or the selection of presidential electors."
State political observers say Sandoval will easily win reelection.
Via Washington Post