Last Updated on April 2, 2013

ELECTION NIGHT RESULTS FOR THE
APRIL 2, 2013 MUNICIPAL PRIMARY ELECTION
(available after after the polls close at 7:00 p.m.) 

HENDERSON VOTE CENTERS - POSTING LOG
(available after the polls open at 7:00 a.m.) 

WHO MAY VOTE AND MAPS

Only voters properly registered within the specific boundaries of an incorporated City (Boulder City, Henderson, Las Vegas, Mesquite or North Las Vegas) may vote in the 2011 Municipal Elections and only in their own City’s elections at a site within their own City.  Voters registered in unincorporated areas of Clark County do NOT participate in Municipal Elections. Additionally, Boulder City will not have municipal elections in 2013 (see Facts and Figures, page 2, for details).
 
Log-in to our website to look up your voting eligibility, precinct, elected officials, etc.  As it becomes available, you may also view your sample ballot, Election Day polling place or Henderson "Vote Center."

Each city has maps of its boundaries:
Henderson maps    Las Vegas maps    Mesquite maps   
North Las Vegas maps

FACTS, FIGURES, AND DATA

CONTESTS, CANDIDATES, AND BALLOTS

Contests and Candidates

Ballots and Sample Ballots

EARLY VOTING / IN-OFFICE VOTING

  • Early Voting Daily Totals (total number of voters at each site per day)

  • Early Voting Turnout Data (who voted where and when)

  • Early Voting Voting Schedule:  If you are registered to vote at an address that is within the boundaries of an incorporated City (Henderson, Las Vegas, Mesquite, or North Las Vegas), you may vote early at a site within your own city, as indicated below.  Hours, days, and locations vary by City.  Voters registered in unincorporated areas of Clark County may NOT participate in Municipal Elections.

      

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    Henderson (March 16 - 29)

      

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    Las Vegas (March 16 - 29)

      

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    Mesquite (March 18 - 20 and March 25 - 27)

      

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    North Las Vegas (March 13 - 29, In-Office and Early Voting Schedule)

    NOTE: Boulder City will have no Municipal Primary Election in 2013. A Primary Election is held only if more than double the number of candidates than there are offices or seats up for election file to run. Two Council Member seats were up for election and only two candidates filed for those seats.  Those two candidates were declared elected
      

  • Early Voting Voting Process

  • How Early Voting Works and Trends

ELECTION DAY VOTING
  

Incorporated cities conduct their own elections in odd-numbered years.  Municipal Primary Elections will be on April 2, 2013. Municipal General Elections will be on June 4, 2013. In 2013, Boulder City will not have municipal elections.Eligible voters may vote early before Election Day, by mail, or on Election Day from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Important election and registration related dates for the 2013 Municipal Elections are available on our website.

ELECTION NIGHT RESULTS AND TABULATION 

MAIL / ABSENTEE BALLOTS

VOTING MACHINES AND SYSTEMS

TIPS FOR EASIER AND FASTER VOTING

 

RULES FOR THE MEDIA, PUBLIC OBSERVATION (INCLUDING POLLWATCHERS), AND CAMPAIGNING/ELECTIONEERING

PAST ELECTION RESULTS

 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Last modified at 11/24/2015 13:26 by Bradley Mach