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Ballot Choice & Voice for ALL Nevada Voters

Voting is May 28th to June 10th, and June 14th—By Mail or In-Person

LETTER TO THE LAS VEGAS SUN EDITOR by Randell Hynes:
Voters can take their voice back! May 11, 2022


All Primary Ballots are NOT the same!

All Nevada Voters Have a Ballot Choice & Voice in Primaries!

Every Nevada Voter has a Voice in the Primaries

Every Nevada Voter can choose the Primary Election party ballot that they want, simply because Nevada law permits us all to update our Nevada Voter Registration Party labels at any time. Including at an election site while checking in to vote.

Primary Ballots are NOT the same!

Choose One by Updating your Voter Registration, see below.

All Nevada Voters Have a Choice & Voice!

Ballot Choices for nominating a Congress Member
Choose the Ballot of your favorite Candidate.

Democrat

  • Randy Hynes
  • Susie Lee

Independent/
Nonpartisan/
Other

None

Republican

  • April Becker
  • Clark Bossert
  • Max Goldberg
  • John Kovaks
  • Noah Malgeri

Update Online or at Any Clark County Election site—Here’s How!

The Nevada Secretary of State election site will accept online updates and new registrations. From May 18-27, only online will be available. May 28-31 online and in-person will be available. June 1-10 & June 14th only in-person updates will be available to cast a Primary election vote.

The Clark County Elections officials will be prepared to give you whichever Party ballot you request. They will update the Party label on your Voter Registration. To make processing smooth, just bring your mail ballot and exchange it for the one you request.

Change back to your preferred Party Label after the Election.

WHERE TO VOTE

Early Voting Sites and Mail Ballot Drop-Off Locations (PDF)

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