Nevada received an ‘A’ on election policy progress from the Institute for Responsive Government due to the state legislature passing laws expanding voting rights and reforming its voter registration database
For his last election, Joe Gloria managed a department that sent more than a million mail ballots to voters, operated more than 100 voting centers, processed more than 650,000 ballots and submitted the results on time.
Many saw Cisco Aguilar’s win in the Nevada secretary of state race as a win for democracy, but the threat is still very real, analysts say.
The Yomba Shoshone Tribe had difficulty getting an in-person polling location for the 2022 midterms. Tribes across Nevada and Indian Country face barriers in accessing the voting booth.
Despite efforts by Republicans to make inroads with Nevada’s Latino voters, early CNN exit polls show that outreach was largely unsuccessful.
Clark County Commission Republican candidate Drew Johnson said that he was not requesting a recount and placed blame on the Republican Party for spreading election fraud misinformation.
Nevada’s election results are proof that the Silver State should be the first in the nation when it comes to nominating a new president, a top Democratic operative argues.
A Democratic redistricting plan drew objections from a prominent lawmaker, but the party held all three Southern Nevada seats. Will they be able to keep winning in the future?
Clark and Washoe counties officially certified the 2022 election results on Friday.
Unofficial Nye County election results show Deputy Joe McGill defeated Sheriff Sharon Wehrly by a nearly two-to-one margin. Wehrly has faced scrutiny since she took office.
Democrats will remain in control of the Nevada Legislature for the next two years, facing off with new Republican Gov.-elect Joe Lombardo.
Clark County Commissioner Justin Jones has been re-elected to office by a margin of just 336 votes, according to unofficial election results posted Wednesday.
Unofficial election results posted Wednesday show two incumbents will lose seats on the Clark County School District Board of Trustees, while four new regents will represent Southern Nevada on the Nevada System of Higher Education.