I'm all for putting NOTA on the ballot, so long as it's nonbinding and the top human vote getter still wins.
However, make a provision in statute that, should NOTA receive the largest plurality of votes (no majority required), then all candidates on that ballot for that office are disqualified from running for ANY public office for a period of 10 years. Note that this can, constitutionally speaking, only apply to state and local offices, although it would have been hugely amusing in certain Regressional races I can remember.
And, should NOTA gain such a plurality, then election for that office shall be held again in 90 days' time, and the current officeholder will remain in office until that time.
I disgree. If NOTA wins, hold a new election, and all the candidates who lost to NOTA are banned from running in that new election.