Election: June 12, 2012 Primary Election Info
Last Updated on May 25, 2012
Who May Vote in the June 12, 2012 Primary Election
What Is a Primary Election
The Primary Election is a nominating election in which each major party (Democrat and Republican) selects, when necessary, the candidate for each office it will send forward to the November General Election. In nonpartisan contests in which more than two candidates filed to run, the two candidates who receive the most votes in the Primary Election go forward to the General Election. Candidates for U.S. President/Vice President and Special District offices only appear in the General Election.
Nevada Is a CLOSED Primary Election State
In Nevada, Federal/State Primary Elections are "CLOSED." That means if you chose Democrat or Republican as your party on your Voter Registration Application, you may vote only for candidates from your own party and you may also vote in nonpartisan contests. If you chose a party affiliation that was anything other than Democrat or Republican, you may vote only in nonpartisan contests.
Facts, Figures and Data about the June 12, 2012 Primary Election
Candidates/Contests and Questions
June 12, 2012 Primary Election Candidates, Contests, and Ballot Questions
Ballots and Sample Ballots
All Offices up for Election in 2012
Types of Elections and Party Affiliation, Including Information on Nevada's Closed Primary Elections
Early Voting, May 26 - June 8, 2012
Election Day Voting for the June 12, 2012 Primary Election
The Federal/State Primary Election will be on June 12, 2012. All persons properly registered to vote in Clark County, NV, on or before the applicable deadline may vote early before Election Day at any early voting site, by mail, or on Election Day at their assigned polling place from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Important election and registration related dates for the 2012 Elections are available online.
Election Night Results and Tabulation for the Municipal General Election
Mail / Absentee Ballots
Voting Machines and Systems
Tips for Easier and Faster Voting
Rules for the Media, Public Observation (Including Pollwatchers),
Past Election Results