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2022 Election Information

2022 Primary Election Results

  • 2022 Election Summary Report
  • 2022 Election Summary Report - Precinct 1
  • 2022 Election Summary Report - Precinct 2
  • 2022 Election Summary Report - Precinct 3N
  • 2022 Election Summary Report - Precinct 3S
  • 2022 Election Summary Report - Precinct 4


  • Candidate Filing Dates: March 7-18, 2022

    2022 Candidate Filings

    Interested in being a Poll Worker? Please complete the Poll Worker Application Form and return to the Clerk Recorder's Office.

    NEW ELECTION LAWS:

    During the 2021 Legislative Session, NRS 293 had several changes to the election laws.
    EVERY VOTER WILL RECEIVE A MAIL BALLOT You will continue to have the option to vote in person by surrendering your ballot at a polling location.
    If you do NOT want to receive a mail ballot, please complete the Mail Ballot Preference Form and submit it to our office in person, or by mail:

    Eureka County Clerk Recorder's Office
    10 S Main St
    PO Box 540
    Eureka, NV 89316

    The request must be received not later than 60 days prior to the election date.

    For the Primary Election, request must be received in our office prior to April 22, 2022 to not receive a mail ballot.

    For the General Election, request must be received in our office prior to September 9, 2022 to not receive a mail ballot.

    REQUEST TO WITHOLD ADDRESS AND TELEPHONE NUMBER
    Per NRS 293.558 a registered voter may submit a written request to have his/her address and telephone number withheld from the public.
    Request can be sent to the Clerk Recorder's Office listed above.

    General Information

    Notice of Early Voting

    Mail Ballot Preference Form

    Eureka County Precinct Map

    Major Political Parties: (qualified pursuant to NRS 293.128)
    Currently Nevada recognizes two major political parties for state/county primary elections: If you register as a member of a major political party, you will only be eligible to vote for offices associated with your party, along with nonpartisan offices and questions that are applicable to your precinct, in state/county primary elections. The major political parties are:

      Democrat Party
      Republican Party
    Minor Political Parties: (with Ballot Access NRS 293.171; 293.1715)
      Independent American Party
      Libertarian Party
    Minor Political Parties: (without ballot access pursuant to NRS 293.171)
      Nevada Green Party
      Alliance Party of Nevada
      Nevada Transhumanist Party
      Middleground Party
      Patriot Party of Nevada
      Freedom Reform Party
    If you register as a member of a minor political party or as a nonpartisan (no party affiliation), you will only be eligible to vote for nonpartisan offices and questions that are applicable to your precinct, (i.e., you cannot vote for partisan offices, in state/county primary elections).

    Primary Elections: (2nd Tuesday in June of each even-numbered year) There will be a separate primary ballot for each major political party. The names of candidates for partisan offices who have designated a major political party must appear on the primary ballot of the major political party designated. Candidates for nonpartisan offices will appear on the major political party ballots as well as the nonpartisan ballot. " If you register as a member of a major political party, you will only be eligible to vote for offices associated with your party, along with nonpartisan offices and questions that are applicable to your precinct, in state/county primary elections. " If you register as a member of a minor political party or as a nonpartisan (no party affiliation), you will only be eligible to vote for nonpartisan offices and questions that are applicable to your precinct, (i.e., you cannot vote for partisan offices, in state/county primary elections).

    General Elections: (First Tuesday after the First Monday in November)
    General elections are open. You can vote for all offices on your ballot, regardless of your party affiliation. You can also vote for questions that are applicable to your precinct.



    Useful Links & Information

    The 2020 General Election results for each county can be found at: https://silverstateelection.nv.gov/

    Nevada Secretary of State Website  https://nvsos.gov

    Online Voter Registration

    Online voter registration is now available for residents of all Nevada counties. Eligible voters can register to vote and update their voter registration information online, including change of address and party affiliation. A DMV issued Driver's License or ID is required.
    www.RegisterToVoteNV.gov

    Other Options for Registering to Vote

    You may register to vote at any NV Department of Motor Vehicles office or at the Eureka County Clerk Recorder's Office.

    Changes to Current Registration

    If you've moved, changed your name, want to change party affiliation, or otherwise have to update your voter registration status, you must submit another voter application form.

    Procedure for Absent Voting by Military Personnel & Overseas Citizens
    https://nvsos.gov/sos/elections/voters/uniformed-overseas-citizens

    Voter Registration Search

    Your search will display individual voter registration data as it is preserved in the Statewide Voter Registration Database You may also add yourself to our political 'Please Don't Call' list. By having your number on this list you are requesting not to receive political phone calls from those using the Statewide Registration List to generate their calls. While this list is designed to encourage candidates and/or political campaigns to refrain from calling you at your request, please note that this does not guarantee that you will not receive political phone calls.
    https://nvsos.gov/votersearch/index.aspx

    Historic Election Information




     

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