Voter Registration Figures

August 2009
Inactive Voters BY COUNTY AND PARTY
County Name Democrat Green Independent American Libertarian Non-Partisan Other (All Others) Republican Total

Carson City

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Churchill

605 19 161 22 442 17 1,352 2,618

Clark

51,519 561 6,344 887 20,431 650 35,250 115,642

Douglas

797 14 174 27 555 26 1,358 2,951

Elko

442 2 133 15 369 7 830 1,798

Esmeralda

2 0 1 0 0 0 2 5

Eureka

1 0 0 0 0 0 4 5

Humboldt

325 3 52 2 254 3 511 1,150

Lander

41 0 12 0 29 0 91 173

Lincoln

122 2 9 0 57 0 149 339

Lyon

560 8 145 22 378 11 831 1,955

Mineral

174 0 26 1 84 5 156 446

Nye

135 0 34 3 67 2 160 401

Pershing

42 0 10 1 31 0 58 142

Storey

44 0 7 2 19 0 43 115

Washoe

1,944 58 309 60 949 42 1,769 5,131

White Pine

218 3 41 5 130 4 262 663

Total

56,971 670 7,458 1,047 23,795 767 42,826 133,534

*Pursuant to state and federal law there may be a change in the number of registered voters after a statewide general election due to required maintenance of the statewide voter registration list.

This report has been generated from Nevada's statewide voter registration database. The transmission of registration information between the counties and the statewide database does not take place in real time. Due to this turnaround time, the numbers reflected in this report may not duplicate registration numbers reflected in the county database at the precise moment a report is generated. The voter registration statistics on this webpage provide a snapshot of the number of registered voters at a particular point in time.

"Total Voter Registration" reflects all registered voters in the state and includes the following voter statuses: active, inactive, and P-17. Not all county databases may have voters in all voter status categories.

"Active Voter" status includes any registered voter that is legally entitled to vote. This category includes new registrants who have provided all critical eligibility criteria but are missing additional non-critical information from their applications, as well as existing registered voters whose records are being updated or changed.

"Inactive Voter" status includes any voter for whom a county has received: 1) a returned residency confirmation mailing without a forwarding address within the same county, or 2) information obtained through the United States Postal Service National Change of Address (NCOA) database indicating that a voter has moved outside the county. An inactive voter is eligible to vote so long as they have met all other legal requirements to vote.

"P-17 Voter" status includes any registered voter who was under age 18 at the time his voter registration was submitted, but who will be age 18 or older by election day and who has met all other legal requirements to vote.