STATE BALLOT QUESTIONS
STATE QUESTION NUM. 1
Amendment to the Nevada Constitution
Senate Joint Resolution No. 8 of the 80th Session
Shall the Nevada Constitution be amended by adding a specific guarantee that equality of rights under the law shall not be denied or abridged by this State or any of its cities, counties, or other political subdivisions on account of race, color, creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, disability, ancestry, or national origin?
Shall the Nevada Constitution be amended, effective July 1, 2024, to: (1) establish the State’s minimum wage that employers must pay to certain employees at a rate of $12 per hour worked, subject to any applicable increases above that $12 rate provided by federal law or enacted by the Nevada Legislature; (2) remove the existing provisions setting different rates for the minimum wage based on whether the employer offers certain health benefits to such employees; and (3) remove the existing provisions for adjusting the minimum wage based on applicable increases in the cost of living
Shall the Nevada Constitution be amended to allow all Nevada voters the right to participate in open primary elections to choose candidates for the general election in which all voters may then rank the remaining candidates by preference for the offices of U.S. Senators, U.S. Representatives, Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Secretary of State, State Treasurer, State Controller, Attorney General, and State Legislators?
NOTE: If voters statewide approve the amendment in State Question Num. 3 during the 2022 election, the approved amendment will then be added to the 2024 election. The approved amendment must be passed statewide by voters in two successive general elections before it can be added to the Nevada Constitution. See Nevada Const. Art. 19, §2.
CITY OF HENDERSON BALLOT QUESTION
BALLOT QUESTION NUM. 1
CITY OF HENDERSON (HEN-1)
Shall the Charter of the City of Henderson be amended to require that a candidate for member of the City Council of the City of Henderson be voted upon only by the registered voters of the ward that the candidate seeks to represent?
BOULDER CITY BALLOT QUESTIONS
BALLOT QUESTION NUM. 1
City of Boulder City
Should the City of Boulder City authorize the sale of approximately 16.3 acres of City owned land located southeast of Boulder City Parkway and Veterans Memorial Drive for development of a grocery store and associated retail uses, and expend the proceeds from the Capital Improvement Fund as follows: fifty percent (50%) to be used for general fund capital needs, such as street, roadway, parking lot, alley, and trail improvements, and renovation of existing City owned assets; thirty percent (30%) to be used for public safety capital needs; ten percent (10%) to be used for capital needs at the Elaine K. Smith Center located at 700 Wyoming Street; and ten percent (10%) to be used for preservation of City owned historic assets?
Should the City of Boulder City allow clean energy technologies, such as, Battery Energy Storage, Carbon Capture, and Clean Hydrogen, in addition to the two natural gas generation facilities that exist or that are proposed pursuant to existing leases to be approved uses within the Eldorado Valley Transfer Area outside of the Multi-species Habitat Conservation Easement?
Should the City of Boulder City spend up to Seven Million Dollars ($7,000,000.00) from the Capital Improvement Fund for improvements to public safety facilities including, without limitation, construction of a new police station and the construction of a training facility at the fire station?
Election Day Voting, November 8, 2022, 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
What Is a General Election
Candidates who receive the most votes in a General Election are elected to office. You may vote for all contests and questions on the ballot for your precinct, regardless of your party affiliation. A General Election must be held throughout the State on the first Tuesday after the first Monday of November in each even-numbered year. (NRS 293.12755)
Who May Vote and How in the General Election
All voters registered in Clark County, NV, for the current election may vote by mail or in-person on a voting machine at any Clark County early voting site during scheduled dates and hours, or from 7am to 7pm on Election Day at any Clark County Vote Center of their choice.
Clark County voters who have not opted out of receiving a mail ballot and who have not yet returned their mail ballot may vote in person on a voting machine instead of by mail. If you have your mail ballot with you, you must surrender it at the voting site. If you do not have your mail ballot with you, you must sign an affirmation that you are not voting twice in the same election. Additionally, same-day registration and updates of existing registration are available at all early voting sites and Election Day Vote Centers.
All early voting sites and Election Day Vote Centers will also serve as mail ballot drop-off locations during their scheduled hours for voting. Additionally, the Clark County Election Department and City Clerks' offices will also serve as mail ballot drop-off locations (dates and hours vary).