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VOTER ALERTS

A.B. 321 ESTABLISHES THE USE OF MAIL BALLOTS IN EVERY ELECTION. all active registered voters in the state of nevada will be sent a mail ballot. voters MAY still vote in person at a designated polling location in nye county.

VOTERS MAY OPT OUT OF RECEIVING A MAIL BALLOT NO LATER THAN 60 DAYS BEFORE THE ELECTION by submitting a mail ballot preference form to the nye county clerk or online through the nevada secretary of state.  VOTERS MUST OPT BACK IN IF THEY WISH TO RECEIVE A MAIL BALLOT IF THEY HAVE PREVIOUSLY OPTED OUT. 

State of Nevada Mail Ballot Preference Form (Fillable PDF)

VOTERS MAY STILL VOTE IN PERSON EVEN IF THEY HAVE RECEIVED A MAIL BALLOT BUT THEY MUST EITHER SURRENDER THEIR BALLOT AT THE VOTING LOCATION OR, IF THEY DO NOT HAVE THEIR BALLOT, SIGN AN AFFIRMATION THAT THEY ARE NOT VOTING TWICE IN THE SAME ELECTION.

INDIVIDUALS REGISTERING 13 DAYS BEFORE THE ELECTION WILL NOT BE SENT A MAIL BALLOT AND WILL HAVE TO VOTE IN PERSON EXCEPT FOR IN AN EMERGENCY.


VOTER REGISTRATION INFORMATION 

Visit www.RegisterToVoteNV.gov to register to vote online or make updates to your existing voter record. Contact the Nye County Clerk’s Office if you have any questions regarding your voter registration status

Purchasing Voter Registration Lists or Labels Voter List Request Form (Fillable PDF)

  • Requests can be emailed, mailed or dropped off at the Clerk's Office in Tonopah or Pahrump
  • All requests must be in writing and specify party, precincts, districts, active voters, inactive voters or both
  • Voter List Printout or e-mail, 1 Cent Per Name
  • Voter List on CD, 1 Cent Per Name Plus $5.00 For CD
  • Voter Labels, 3 Cents Per Name
  • All Other Copies, 50 Cents Per Page

2022 ELECTION INFORMATION

Elected Offices and Area descriptions (PDF)

OFFICES UP FOR ELECTION IN NYE COUNTY FOR 2022 (PDF)

LIST OF CANDIDATES WHO HAVE FILED FOR OFFICE (PDf) - FINAL

LIST OF CANDIDATES WHO WILL APPEAR ON THE PRIMARY ELECTION BALLOTS (PDF)

2022 CAMPAIGN GUIDE (PDF)

2022 ELECTION INFORMATION (PDF)

primaRy election sample ballots

Ballot Style 1 (PDF) Precincts 01, 06, 08, 18, 26, 30, 32

Ballot Style 2 (PDF) Precincts 02, 03, 13, 15

Ballot Style 3 (PDF) Precincts 04, 05, 07, 12, 14, 35

Ballot Style 4 (PDF) Precincts 09, 29, 33

Ballot Style 5 (PDF) Precinct 10, 17, 21, 23, 25

Ballot Style 6 (PDF) Precinct 11

Ballot Style 7 (PDF) Precincts 16, 27

Ballot Style 8 (PDF) Precinct 19

Ballot Style 9 (PDF) Precinct 20

Ballot Style 10 (PDF) Precinct 22

Ballot Style 11 (PDF) Precinct 24

Ballot Style 12 (PDF) Precincts 28, 31


PRIMARY ELECTION

  • April 15, 2022 5:00 pm: Mail Ballot Opt Out Deadline 60 Days before election day
  • May 17, 2022: Voter Registration Deadline Last day to register, update registration, or change party affiliation for the Primary Election by mail or by appearing in person at the Nye County Clerk’s Offices. 
  • May 18 – May 31, 2022: Online Only Standard Voter Registration Voters may register, update registration, or change party affiliation for the Primary election on the Secretary of State’s website. Voters will not be sent a sample ballot if registered after May 26th.
  • May 28 – June 10 and June 14, 2022: Same Day Registration During Early Voting and on Election Day. Voters may register and vote in person only. Voters will be given a provisional ballot. 
  • May 28 – June 10, 2022: Early Voting: Tonopah and Pahrump
  • June 1 – June 14, 2022: Online Same-Day Registration Voters may register to vote, update registration, or change party affiliation for the Primary Election on the Secretary of State’s website. Voters must vote in person. New registered voters will be given a provisional ballot.

June 14, 2022: Primary Election Day – Vote 7:00am to 7:00pm

ELECTION RESULTS

2020 General Election Results (PDF)
2020 Primary Election Results (PDF)
2018 General Election Results (PDF)
2018 Primary Election Results (PDF)
2016 General Election Results (PDF)
2016 Primary Election Results (PDF)
2014 General Election Results (PDF)
2014 Primary Election Results (PDF)
2012 General Election Results (PDF)
2012 Primary Election Results (PDF)
2011 Special Election Results (PDF)
2010 General Election Results (PDF)
2010 Primary Election Results (PDF)
2008 General Election Results (PDF)    

EARLY VOTING POLLING PLACES AND ADDRESSES

EARLY VOTING LOCATIONS
POLLING LOCATION:
Bob Ruud Community Center
150 North Highway 160
Pahrump, NV

Nye County Clerk’s Office
101 Radar Road
Tonopah, NV

Duckwater Gym
511 Duckwater Falls Road
Duckwater, NV

election DAY Polling Places and Addresses 

Amargosa Community Center
Amargosa Precinct 06
1640 E Amargosa Farm Road
Amargosa Valley, Nevada 89020

Beatty Community Center
Beatty Precinct 01
100 A. Avenue South
Beatty, Nevada 89003

Bob Ruud Community Center
All Precincts
150 North Highway 160
Pahrump, NV 89060

Donald L. Simpson Community Center
Round Mountain Precinct 12, Smoky Valley Precinct 35
650 Civic Drive
Round Mountain, NV 89045

Tonopah Convention Center
Tonopah Precincts 14, 15
301 W. Brougher
Tonopah, NV 89049

CAMPAIGN INFORMATION

Nevada Secretary of State Election Forms and Guides
Campaign Contributions & Expenses Reports and Financial Disclosure Reports-AURORA
NRS Chapter 294A Campaign Practices (Contributions, Expenses, etc)

MILITARY AND OVERSEAS VOTING

Precinct and District Maps

Nye County Commission Districts (PDF) New
Southern Area Commission Districts (PDF) New
Pahrump Voting Detail (PDF)New
Tonopah Area Detail (PDF) New
School District Map (PDF) New
Link to Statewide Maps for Assembly, Congress and Senate