This week, we want to give you an update on the upcoming election. We are only 53 days away from the primary, and early voting begins in 36 days!
Early Voting for the primary begins on Saturday, May 28 and runs through Friday, June 10.
The 2022 Nevada Primary Election will be held on Tuesday, June 14.
Early voting for the genera begins on Saturday, October 22 and runs through Friday, November 4.
The 2022 Nevada General Election will be held on Tuesday, November 8.
Current voter registration numbers
|Clark County|| 36.2% ||25.8% ||29.5%|
Updates from the Governor’s Office
Governor Sisolak, Assemblywoman Nguyen, and Environmental Advocates Celebrate Earth Day with United Call for Climate Action
Gov. Sisolak joins six other states in letter to President Biden highlighting the costs of climate inaction
In Letter to President Biden, Governor Sisolak Asks Administration to Reconsider Rolling Back Title 42
Governor’s Provider Summit brings together healthcare professionals
President Biden, USDOT Announce New Guidance and $6.4 Billion to Help States Reduce Carbon Emissions
Cortez Masto Applauds New Special Enrollment Period to Protect Seniors from Coverage Gaps
Cortez Masto, Kelly to Introduce Bill to Promote Economic Development and Strengthen Key Industries
Rosen Joins Washoe County Seniors to Announce Support for Legislation Empowering Medicare to Negotiate for Lower Prescription Drug Prices
Rosen Applauds U.S. Department of Labor for Heeding Call to Streamline Claims Process For Firefighters With Occupational Illnesses
Senator Rosen Holds Roundtable on Affordable Housing Challenges in Southern Nevada
State Agency and Local Government Updates
Southern Nevada Health District COVID-19 Update
PPC to Receive First Reports on What is Driving Up Nevada’s Health Care Costs
Attorney General Ford Outlines the Initial Dispersal of Opioid Settlement Money
Nevada State Transportation Contracts Announced This Month Will Support 164 Jobs
Nevada Commission on Mentoring Announces Micro-Grant Opportunity for Mentorship Nonprofit Organizations
The Nevada Department of Education, NFL Foundation, GENYOUth, Fuel Up to Play 60, and RCX Sports Team Up to Provide Flag Football Kits to All Public Schools in Nevada
The City of Reno releases a statement on Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
CCSD Named Best Communities For Music Education
Articles of Interest
Supreme Court: Challenge to lawmakers holding government jobs can proceed (NV Independent)
Road to Recovery: High inflation remains top issue as economic forecasts dim for 2023 (NV Independent)
Experts weigh in on recent school violence, teacher attacks (LVRJ)
Library district, nonprofits use ARPA funds to provide phones to help clients exit homelessness (NV Current)