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FAQs
  • HOW IS THE VOTER TURNOUT PERCENTAGE DETERMINED?
    The voter turnout percentage is voter turnout (total number of ballots cast, one per voter) divided by the total number of registered voters for the current election.
  • WHY ARE THE RESULTS "UNOFFICIAL"?

    County or City level election results are “unofficial” until the County Commissioners or the City’s governing body and its mayor, as applicable, have canvassed the results. The County Commissioners must complete their canvass on or before the tenth day after Election Day (June 24, 2022, for the Primary Election). Cities will complete their canvassing of municipal contests by the date specified in their municipal code and/or charter, as well as in the NRS. See NRS 293.3625-293.397 and NRS 293C.3615-293C.395.

    After the canvassing of the Primary Election, the Secretary of State will certify to each county the contests and the names of each candidate nominated to appear in the General Election. See NRS 293.387.

  • ARE WRITE-IN VOTES ALLOWED?
    Nevada law does not permit write-in candidates. See NRS 293.270.
  • WHAT IS THE "NONE OF THESE CANDIDATES" OPTION?
    You may vote for “None of These Candidates” in U.S. Senate and statewide contests, i.e., Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Secretary of State, State Treasurer, State Controller, Attorney General, Justice of the Supreme Court, and Court of Appeals Judge. See NRS. 293.269.
  • WHAT IS THE ORDER OF CONTESTS AND QUESTIONS ON THE BALLOT?
    Partisan federal, state, and county offices appear first, nonpartisan state and county offices follow, City offices are next, township nonpartisan office are then listed, and ballot questions (if any) are last. See NRS 293.268.
  • WHAT IS THE NAME ORDER OF CANDIDATES?
    Candidates’ names are in alphabetical order by office and must meet legal requirements for the use of given names, surnames, and nicknames. See NRS 293.256, 293.2565, 293.263, 293.265, and 293.267.
  • WHERE ARE THE IN-PERSON VOTING SITES?
    All early voting sites and Election Day Vote Centers are available for any voter who wants to vote in -person on a voting machine instead of by mail. All in-person voting sites provide same-day registration and updates of existing registration, as well as accommodations for voters with disabilities. A PDF of early voting sites is at https://files.clarkcountynv.gov/clarknv/EV-Sched-WEB-22P.pdf. A PDF of Election Day Vote Centers is at https://files.clarkcountynv.gov/clarknv/Election%20Department/2022/VC-SamBal-WEB-22P.pdf.
  • WHERE ARE THE MAIL BALLOT DROP-OFF LOCATIONS?
    All early voting sites and Election Day Vote Centers are mail ballot drop-off locations during their scheduled dates and hours of operation. In addition, City Clerks’ offices (May 16-June 9) and the Clark County Election Department (May 16-June 9 and June 13-14) serve as mail ballot drop off locations during varying dates and times.