The first question Nevada voters will see on their ballots deals with victim’s rights.
It’s known as Marsy’s Law.
Nevada is one of five states considering the measure that promises an array of rights for victims, including broadening the definition of what it means to be a victim.
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October 22, 2018 ***MEDIA ADVISORY***
Five-time Emmy winner Kelsey Grammer shares the heartbreak his family faced after his father and sister were murdered in a new “Yes on Question 1” advertising campaign now airing across Nevada. The new ad will run on cable and broadcast stations as well as online and digital platforms. In this ad Grammer asks Nevada voters to support expanded rights for victims of crime by voting YES on Question 1. The measure would provide guaranteed, enforceable rights for crime victims in the state constitution, while keeping protections already given to defendants accused of crimes.