This is only a philosophical and theoretical post. The actual details of the election news that prompted my ponderings is irrelevant to the musings which it has initiated in my mind.
What to make of the news that a dead man won an election to the Nevada legislature? I don't know. There may be something to this story of which I am unaware.
But I wonder what percentage of voters cast their votes for a dead man in order to repudiate the other candidate.
For what its worth, I do not know what party the dead man was nor do I know who his opponent was. I could easily find out but I really don't care about those details.
How many Americans would like to see the option of voting for "None of the above" during the general election? How many Americans who choose to not vote during a specific election, would vote if they were allowed to repudiate all the candidates in a given race?