General election is on November 06, 2018
Check if you’re registered to vote at Registering To Vote.
To be eligible to vote in Nevada, an individual must be a United States citizen and resident of Nevada. The registration deadline is 21 days prior to the election. Registration documents may be returned by mail or in person. Individuals can also register to vote at any Department of Motor Vehicles office, at a county clerk or registrar’s office, at various social service agencies, and on college campuses. Additionally, voters may register online.
Voter’s Registration deadline is:
- In-Person: 21 days before Election Day
- By Mail: 31 days before Election Day.
- Online: 21 days before Election Day
Early voting start/end times are Oct. 20 – Nov. 02.
Get your sample ballot at Sample Ballot Lookup.
The Democratic candidates for 2018 is: Jacky Rosen – U.S. House of Representative:
Voters will elect four candidates to serve in the US House, one from each of the state’s four congressional districts.
The Democratic candidates for 2018 are:
The Democratic candidates for Governor, is on June 12th for 2018 are:
Att. General: Aaron Ford.
Sec. of State: Nelson Araujo;
Treasure: Zach Conine
Controller: Catherine Byrne
A total of 11 seats out of the chamber’s 21 seats are up for election in 2018. Nevada state senators serve staggered, 4 year terms and half of the Senate is up for election every two years.
The Democratic candidates running for the Nevada State Senate are:
District 2;Moises Denis (I); District 8:Marilyn Dondero Loop; District 9:Melanie Scheible; District 10:Yvanna Cancela (I); District 12:Craig Jordahl; District 13:Julia Ratti (I); District 14:Wendy Boszak; District 16:Tina Davis-Hersey; District 17:Curtis Cannon; District 20:Julie Pazina; District 21:James Ohrenschall.
All 42 Assembly seats are up for election in 2018. Nevada state assembly members serve 2 year terms, with all seats up for election every two years.
Please vote for the Democratic candidate that represents you.
The following cities/counties will have municipal elections on Nov. 6th.
- Clark County, Nevada – County commissioner, county assessor, county clerk, district attorney, district judge, public administrator, county recorder, and county treasurer
- Las Vegas, Nevada – City council
- Reno, Nevada – Mayor, city council, and city attorney
- Washoe County, Nevada – County commissioner, county assessor, county clerk, district attorney, district judge, public administrator, county recorder, and county treasurer
|LRCA||Question 1||Trials||Expands the rights of crime victims|
|LRSS||Question 2||Taxes||Exempts feminine hygiene products from sales tax|
|CICA||Question 3||Energy||Regulations on the energy market|
|CICA||Question 4||Taxes||Sales tax exemption for medical equipment|
|IndISS||Question 5||Elections||Automatic voter registration with the Department of Motor Vehicles|
I would vote Yes on Question1, Question 3 and Question 5. I have No comments on the other questions. The questions may not be on your ballot in this order.
Question1 – provides crime victims with a right to be informed of criminal proceedings related to the crime; be present at hearings during the critical stages of the proceedings; and be heard at proceedings for the sentencing or release of the convicted person, Marsy’s Law.
Question 3 – was designed to prohibit electricity monopolies, thus ending the monopoly that NV Energy has in the state. The measure would place a guarantee in the Navada Constitution that energy customers have the right to choose their energy provider and generate their own for resale
Question 5 – The measure was designed to automatically register citizens as voters when receiving certain services at the DMV.