Nevada Election

For 2018

 

Primary Election: June 12, 2018                     General Election: November 6, 2018
Register to Vote:
– Mail: Postmarked by May 15, 2018
– Online: May 24, 2018
– In-Person: May 22, 2018
Register to Vote:
– Mail: Postmarked by October 9, 2018
– Online: October 18, 2018
– In-Person: October 16, 2018
Early Voting:
– Begins: May 26, 2018
– Ends: June 8, 2018
Early Voting:
– Begins: October 20, 2018
– Ends: November 2, 2018
Absentee Ballot:
– Request: June 5, 2018
– Return: June 12, 2018
Absentee Ballot:
– Request: October 30, 2018
– Return: November 6, 2018

 

Check if you’re registered to vote at Registering To Vote.

Get the voter registration form on line at Get the Form,

OR Contact your county election office to have one sent to you.

Get your sample ballot at Sample Ballot Lookup.

 

Federal Level

 

 

Senate:

The Primary Democratic candidates, on June 12th for 2018 are:

Bobby Mahendra; Jacky Rosen – U.S. Rep; Jesse Sbaih – Attorney.

 

House of Representative:

The Primary Democratic candidates, on June 12th for 2018 are:

District 1

Dina Titus – Incumbent; and Reuben D’Silva

District 2

Clint Koble; and Rick Shepherd

District 3

Richard Hart ; Susie Lee; Jack Love; Guy Pinjuv; Steve Schiffman; and Michael  Weiss

District 4

John Anzalone; Steven Horsford; Allison Stephens; Patricia Spearman; and Amy Vilela

 

State Level

Executive Offices

 

 

Governor;

 

The Primary Democratic candidates for Governor, is on June 12th for 2018 are:

Kyle Chamberlain; Chris GiunchiglianiClark County Commissioner; Steve SisolakClark County Commission Chairman; and Henry Thorns.

 

Other Executive Office

Lt. Governor: Chip Evans Att. General: State Sen. Aaron Ford; Sec. of State: State Rep. Nelson Araujo; Treasure: Andrew Martin, former state assemblyman; Controller: Catherine Byrne

 

State Senate:

 

All 11 state senate seats are up for a closed Democratic election on June 12, 2018, the general election is on Nov. 6th.

All 42 state senate seats are up for a closed Democratic election on June 12, 2018, the general election is on Nov. 6th

 

 

 

Municipal Level:

 

The following cities/counties will have their primary election on June 12th and the general 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, NevadaMayor, 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

 

 

Ballot Measures:

 

On the ballot

Type Title Subject Description
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