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Official General Election Results
Washoe



Federal Government of United States

REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS, DISTRICT 2
(346 out of 346 Precincts Reporting)
[2 Year Term] [Vote For 1]
 % of Vote Total Votes
GIBBONS, JIM   Incumbent REP 72.77% 75,894
HANSEN, JANINE    IAP 3.38% 3,525
SOUZA, TRAVIS O.   DEM 21.71% 22,639
TRAINOR, BRENDAN    LIB 1.77% 1,848
WINQUIST, ROBERT    NAT 0.37% 381
Under Votes   0.00% 0
Over Votes   0.00% 0

State of Nevada

GOVERNOR
(345 out of 345 Precincts Reporting)
[4 Year Term] [Vote For 1]
 % of Vote Total Votes
GEYER, DICK    LIB 1.42% 1,504
GUINN, KENNY C  Incumbent REP 72.05% 76,059
HOLMGREN, DAVID G   IAP 1.37% 1,443
LAWS, CHARLES    GRN 1.42% 1,502
NEAL, JOE    DEM 20.13% 21,244
NORTON, JERRY L   IND 0.74% 783
None of these Candidates   2.87% 3,025
Under Votes   0.00% 0
Over Votes   0.00% 0

LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR
(345 out of 345 Precincts Reporting)
[4 Year Term] [Vote For 1]
 % of Vote Total Votes
HUNT, LORRAINE   Incumbent REP 48.01% 50,321
KENNY, ERIN    DEM 44.78% 46,931
OSWALD, WILLIAM    LIB 1.93% 2,022
YOCHUM, MERRITT    IAP 1.51% 1,579
None of these Candidates   3.77% 3,951
Under Votes   0.00% 0
Over Votes   0.00% 0

SECRETARY OF STATE
(345 out of 345 Precincts Reporting)
[4 Year Term] [Vote For 1]
 % of Vote Total Votes
AVERY, LOIS J   NAT 2.77% 2,856
HAMMA, WILLIAM    DEM 19.42% 19,985
HANSEN, CHRISTOPHER H.   IAP 3.62% 3,726
HELLER, DEAN   Incumbent REP 66.43% 68,376
LENART, PAUL A   GRN 2.29% 2,354
None of these Candidates   5.48% 5,637
Under Votes   0.00% 0
Over Votes   0.00% 0

STATE TREASURER
(345 out of 345 Precincts Reporting)
[4 Year Term] [Vote For 1]
 % of Vote Total Votes
ANDREWS, MARK    IAP 4.45% 4,544
KROLICKI, BRIAN K  Incumbent REP 61.89% 63,189
SANTOR, KEN    DEM 28.73% 29,339
None of these Candidates   4.93% 5,030
Under Votes   0.00% 0
Over Votes   0.00% 0

STATE CONTROLLER
(345 out of 345 Precincts Reporting)
[4 Year Term] [Vote For 1]
 % of Vote Total Votes
AUGUSTINE, KATHY   Incumbent REP 59.30% 60,090
BLACK, LISA    IAP 4.29% 4,346
EBY, CHUCK    LIB 2.40% 2,433
LEE, JOHN    DEM 28.40% 28,781
None of these Candidates   5.61% 5,689
Under Votes   0.00% 0
Over Votes   0.00% 0

ATTORNEY GENERAL
(345 out of 345 Precincts Reporting)
[4 Year Term] [Vote For 1]
 % of Vote Total Votes
HANSEN, JONATHAN    IAP 4.54% 4,722
HUNT, JOHN    DEM 27.64% 28,741
SANDOVAL, BRIAN    REP 63.51% 66,038
None of these Candidates   4.31% 4,477
Under Votes   0.00% 0
Over Votes   0.00% 0

STATE SENATE WASHOE DISTRICT 2
(89 out of 89 Precincts Reporting)
[4 Year Term] [Vote For 1]
 % of Vote Total Votes
CARTER, JOE    DEM 44.07% 11,359
WASHINGTON, MAURICE   Incumbent REP 55.93% 14,418
Under Votes   0.00% 0
Over Votes   0.00% 0

STATE SENATE WASHOE DISTRICT 4
(81 out of 81 Precincts Reporting)
[4 Year Term] [Vote For 1]
 % of Vote Total Votes
HOLLOMAN, MARK A   IAP 23.33% 5,834
TOWNSEND, RANDOLPH   Incumbent REP 76.67% 19,175
Under Votes   0.00% 0
Over Votes   0.00% 0

STATE ASSEMBLY DISTRICT 32
(47 out of 47 Precincts Reporting)
[2 Year Term] [Vote For 1]
 % of Vote Total Votes
MARVEL, JOHN    REP 48.89% 7,136
WEBER, MICHAEL    REP 51.11% 7,460
Under Votes   0.00% 0
Over Votes   0.00% 0

STATE ASSEMBLY DISTRICT 35
(6 out of 6 Precincts Reporting)
[2 Year Term] [Vote For 1]
 % of Vote Total Votes
DE BRAGA, MARCIA   Incumbent DEM 55.19% 271
GOICOECHEA, PETE    REP 44.81% 220
Under Votes   0.00% 0
Over Votes   0.00% 0

STATE ASSEMBLY DISTRICT 39
(7 out of 7 Precincts Reporting)
[2 Year Term] [Vote For 1]
 % of Vote Total Votes
HETTRICK, LYNN   Incumbent REP 81.04% 1,765
VOIGTS, JEAN    IAP 18.96% 413
Under Votes   0.00% 0
Over Votes   0.00% 0

STATE ASSEMBLY DISTRICT 40
(3 out of 3 Precincts Reporting)
[2 Year Term] [Vote For 1]
 % of Vote Total Votes
KNECHT, RON    REP 57.32% 560
WILKE, STACIE    DEM 42.68% 417
Under Votes   0.00% 0
Over Votes   0.00% 0

JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT, SEAT B
(345 out of 345 Precincts Reporting)
[6 Year Term] [Vote For 1]
 % of Vote Total Votes
CHAIREZ, DON    NP 17.76% 16,505
MAUPIN, BILL   Incumbent NP 66.37% 61,675
None of these Candidates   15.87% 14,745
Under Votes   0.00% 0
Over Votes   0.00% 0

JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT, SEAT D
(345 out of 345 Precincts Reporting)
[6 Year Term] [Vote For 1]
 % of Vote Total Votes
GIBBONS, MARK    NP 80.81% 69,316
None of these Candidates   19.19% 16,465
Under Votes   0.00% 0
Over Votes   0.00% 0

STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION DISTRICT 10
(26 out of 26 Precincts Reporting)
[4 Year Term] [Vote For 1]
 % of Vote Total Votes
FERRY, CLIFF    NP 100.00% 5,764
Under Votes   0.00% 0
Over Votes   0.00% 0

Washoe

STATE SENATE WASHOE DISTRICT 1
(76 out of 76 Precincts Reporting)
[4 Year Term] [Vote For 1]
 % of Vote Total Votes
BAUER, CAROLYN    IAP 25.81% 3,885
MARTIN-MATHEWS, BERNICE   Incumbent DEM 74.19% 11,170
Under Votes   0.00% 0
Over Votes   0.00% 0

STATE ASSEMBLY 24
(39 out of 39 Precincts Reporting)
[2 Year Term] [Vote For 1]
 % of Vote Total Votes
FREEMAN, VIVIAN   Incumbent DEM 48.00% 5,623
GEDDES, JASON    REP 52.00% 6,092
Under Votes   0.00% 0
Over Votes   0.00% 0

STATE ASSEMBLY 25
(57 out of 57 Precincts Reporting)
[2 Year Term] [Vote For 1]
 % of Vote Total Votes
BROZYNA, DOUG    IAP 15.60% 3,222
GIBBONS, DAWN   Incumbent REP 84.40% 17,426
Under Votes   0.00% 0
Over Votes   0.00% 0

STATE ASSEMBLY 26
(62 out of 62 Precincts Reporting)
[2 Year Term] [Vote For 1]
 % of Vote Total Votes
ANGLE, SHARRON    REP 61.48% 12,400
GILBERT, JAN    DEM 35.06% 7,071
MILLER , GREGORY    IAP 3.46% 697
Under Votes   0.00% 0
Over Votes   0.00% 0

STATE ASSEMBLY 27
(42 out of 42 Precincts Reporting)
[2 Year Term] [Vote For 1]
 % of Vote Total Votes
JOSEPH, DANIEL    IAP 5.50% 525
LESLIE, SHEILA   Incumbent DEM 53.04% 5,058
MARTIN, LARRY    REP 41.46% 3,954
Under Votes   0.00% 0
Over Votes   0.00% 0

STATE ASSEMBLY 30
(49 out of 49 Precincts Reporting)
[2 Year Term] [Vote For 1]
 % of Vote Total Votes
GUSTAVSON, DON    REP 50.20% 4,632
SMITH, DEBBIE    DEM 49.80% 4,596
Under Votes   0.00% 0
Over Votes   0.00% 0

STATE ASSEMBLY 31
(40 out of 40 Precincts Reporting)
[2 Year Term] [Vote For 1]
 % of Vote Total Votes
ANDERSON, BERNIE   Incumbent DEM 55.26% 5,656
MOSS, JUDITH    REP 39.50% 4,043
STEVENS, MARIANNE    IAP 5.25% 537
Under Votes   0.00% 0
Over Votes   0.00% 0

COUNTY COMMISSION DISTRICT 2
(76 out of 76 Precincts Reporting)
[4 Year Term] [Vote For 1]
 % of Vote Total Votes
BARTH, JIM    DEM 27.60% 6,096
HUMKE, DAVID    REP 72.40% 15,987
Under Votes   0.00% 0
Over Votes   0.00% 0

COUNTY COMMISSION DISTRICT 3
(61 out of 61 Precincts Reporting)
[4 Year Term] [Vote For 1]
 % of Vote Total Votes
SFERRAZZA, PETE    DEM 100.00% 8,263
Under Votes   0.00% 0
Over Votes   0.00% 0

COUNTY COMMISSION DISTRICT 5
(76 out of 76 Precincts Reporting)
[4 Year Term] [Vote For 1]
 % of Vote Total Votes
BALOUGH, JAMES L.   DEM 37.17% 6,540
PEREZ, RAY    LIB 7.54% 1,326
WEBER, BONNIE    REP 55.29% 9,729
Under Votes   0.00% 0
Over Votes   0.00% 0

COUNTY ASSESSOR
(345 out of 345 Precincts Reporting)
[4 Year Term] [Vote For 1]
 % of Vote Total Votes
BRODIE, NANCY A.   IAP 35.00% 32,886
MCGOWAN, ROBERT W.   DEM 65.00% 61,069
Under Votes   0.00% 0
Over Votes   0.00% 0

COUNTY CLERK
(345 out of 345 Precincts Reporting)
[4 Year Term] [Vote For 1]
 % of Vote Total Votes
HARVEY, AMY    REP 79.85% 75,087
TRIGGS, ZACHARY    IAP 20.15% 18,949
Under Votes   0.00% 0
Over Votes   0.00% 0

CONSTABLE INCLINE VILLAGE
(12 out of 12 Precincts Reporting)
[4 Year Term] [Vote For 1]
 % of Vote Total Votes
KUBO, JOSEPH    REP 100.00% 3,006
Under Votes   0.00% 0
Over Votes   0.00% 0

DISTRICT ATTORNEY
(345 out of 345 Precincts Reporting)
[4 Year Term] [Vote For 1]
 % of Vote Total Votes
GAMMICK, RICHARD A.   REP 100.00% 80,927
Under Votes   0.00% 0
Over Votes   0.00% 0

PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR
(345 out of 345 Precincts Reporting)
[4 Year Term] [Vote For 1]
 % of Vote Total Votes
CAVALLO, DON    REP 74.55% 71,004
HANSEN, RUTH    IAP 25.45% 24,243
Under Votes   0.00% 0
Over Votes   0.00% 0

COUNTY RECORDER
(345 out of 345 Precincts Reporting)
[4 Year Term] [Vote For 1]
 % of Vote Total Votes
BURKE, KATHRYN L.   REP 78.00% 73,353
NIGHTINGALE, SHELIA    IAP 22.00% 20,687
Under Votes   0.00% 0
Over Votes   0.00% 0

COUNTY TREASURER
(345 out of 345 Precincts Reporting)
[4 Year Term] [Vote For 1]
 % of Vote Total Votes
BERRUM, BILL    REP 78.16% 74,196
WECKERLY, SARAH NIGHTINGALE   IAP 21.84% 20,732
Under Votes   0.00% 0
Over Votes   0.00% 0

DISTRICT COURT JUDGE DISTRICT 2 DEPARTMENT 1
(345 out of 345 Precincts Reporting)
[6 Year Term] [Vote For 1]
 % of Vote Total Votes
BERRY, JANET J.   NP 100.00% 77,731
Under Votes   0.00% 0
Over Votes   0.00% 0

DISTRICT COURT JUDGE DISTRICT 2 DEPARTMENT 2
(345 out of 345 Precincts Reporting)
[6 Year Term] [Vote For 1]
 % of Vote Total Votes
MCGEE, CHARLES M.  Incumbent NP 100.00% 75,977
Under Votes   0.00% 0
Over Votes   0.00% 0

DISTRICT COURT JUDGE DISTRICT 2 DEPARTMENT 3
(345 out of 345 Precincts Reporting)
[6 Year Term] [Vote For 1]
 % of Vote Total Votes
BOLES, J.A.    NP 26.93% 23,806
POLAHA, JERRY   Incumbent NP 73.07% 64,603
Under Votes   0.00% 0
Over Votes   0.00% 0

DISTRICT COURT JUDGE DISTRICT 2 DEPARTMENT 4
(345 out of 345 Precincts Reporting)
[6 Year Term] [Vote For 1]
 % of Vote Total Votes
LANGTON, MICHAEL E.   NP 43.73% 41,199
STEINHEIMER, CONNIE J.  Incumbent NP 56.27% 53,011
Under Votes   0.00% 0
Over Votes   0.00% 0

DISTRICT COURT JUDGE DISTRICT 2 DEPARTMENT 6
(345 out of 345 Precincts Reporting)
[6 Year Term] [Vote For 1]
 % of Vote Total Votes
ADAMS, BRENT T.  Incumbent NP 100.00% 76,108
Under Votes   0.00% 0
Over Votes   0.00% 0

DISTRICT COURT JUDGE DISTRICT 2 DEPARTMENT 7
(345 out of 345 Precincts Reporting)
[6 Year Term] [Vote For 1]
 % of Vote Total Votes
BREEN, PETER I.  Incumbent NP 100.00% 76,860
Under Votes   0.00% 0
Over Votes   0.00% 0

DISTRICT COURT JUDGE DISTRICT 2 DEPARTMENT 8
(345 out of 345 Precincts Reporting)
[6 Year Term] [Vote For 1]
 % of Vote Total Votes
KOSACH, STEVEN R.  Incumbent NP 100.00% 75,054
Under Votes   0.00% 0
Over Votes   0.00% 0

DISTRICT COURT JUDGE DISTRICT 2 DEPARTMENT 9
(345 out of 345 Precincts Reporting)
[6 Year Term] [Vote For 1]
 % of Vote Total Votes
HARDESTY, JAMES W.   NP 100.00% 75,406
Under Votes   0.00% 0
Over Votes   0.00% 0

DISTRICT COURT JUDGE DISTRICT 2 DEPARTMENT 10
(345 out of 345 Precincts Reporting)
[6 Year Term] [Vote For 1]
 % of Vote Total Votes
BEASLEY, JAMES    NP 36.16% 32,299
ELLIOTT, STEVE   Incumbent NP 63.84% 57,018
Under Votes   0.00% 0
Over Votes   0.00% 0

DISTRICT COURT JUDGE DISTRICT 2 DEPARTMENT 12
(345 out of 345 Precincts Reporting)
[6 Year Term] [Vote For 1]
 % of Vote Total Votes
DECARIA, MARY ANNE   NP 44.23% 39,084
DOHERTY, FRANCES    NP 55.77% 49,291
Under Votes   0.00% 0
Over Votes   0.00% 0

REGENT, STATE UNIVERSITY, DISTRICT 10
(145 out of 145 Precincts Reporting)
[4 Year Term] [Vote For 1]
 % of Vote Total Votes
ROSENBERG, HOWARD    NP 100.00% 33,778
Under Votes   0.00% 0
Over Votes   0.00% 0

TRUSTEE SCHOOL BOARD SEAT B
(68 out of 68 Precincts Reporting)
[4 Year Term] [Vote For 1]
 % of Vote Total Votes
HOLLINGER, NANCY    NP 100.00% 12,865
Under Votes   0.00% 0
Over Votes   0.00% 0

TRUSTEE SCHOOL BOARD SEAT C
(81 out of 81 Precincts Reporting)
[4 Year Term] [Vote For 1]
 % of Vote Total Votes
MITCHELL, GALEN    NP 54.23% 9,653
SHORT, FRANCES    NP 45.77% 8,147
Under Votes   0.00% 0
Over Votes   0.00% 0

TRUSTEE SCHOOL BOARD SEAT F
(165 out of 165 Precincts Reporting)
[4 Year Term] [Vote For 1]
 % of Vote Total Votes
PORTER, LEZLIE    NP 100.00% 31,140
Under Votes   0.00% 0
Over Votes   0.00% 0

GID INCLINE VILLAGE
(9 out of 9 Precincts Reporting)
[4 Year Term] [Vote For 2]
 % of Vote Total Votes
BOHN, JOHN A.   NP 24.10% 1,480
BROCKMAN, GENE    NP 33.95% 2,085
KAPLAN, DON    NP 22.70% 1,394
ZAHLER, PAUL    NP 19.26% 1,183
Under Votes   0.00% 0
Over Votes   0.00% 0

GID SUN VALLEY
(13 out of 13 Precincts Reporting)
[4 Year Term] [Vote For 2]
 % of Vote Total Votes
GRESHAM, ERICKA Q.   NP 17.76% 812
JACKSON SR., JOHN W.   NP 27.11% 1,239
LANCASTER, PATRICIA    NP 34.94% 1,597
REINHARDT, MARGARET    NP 20.19% 923
Under Votes   0.00% 0
Over Votes   0.00% 0

NORTH LAKE TAHOE FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT
(9 out of 9 Precincts Reporting)
[4 Year Term] [Vote For 2]
 % of Vote Total Votes
DOLLEY, THOMAS F.   NP 34.03% 1,774
PLASTIRAS, CHRIS    NP 41.95% 2,187
SHIRK, JIM    NP 24.02% 1,252
Under Votes   0.00% 0
Over Votes   0.00% 0

SHERIFF
(345 out of 345 Precincts Reporting)
[4 Year Term] [Vote For 1]
 % of Vote Total Votes
BALAAM, DENNIS    NP 54.67% 53,221
BOWEN, WILLIAM BILL   NP 45.33% 44,126
Under Votes   0.00% 0
Over Votes   0.00% 0

CITY OF RENO MAYOR
(154 out of 154 Precincts Reporting)
[4 Year Term] [Vote For 1]
 % of Vote Total Votes
CASHELL, BOB    NP 53.49% 26,156
ROBINSON, MIKE    NP 46.51% 22,747
Under Votes   0.00% 0
Over Votes   0.00% 0

CITY OF RENO COUNCILPERSON WARD 2
(154 out of 154 Precincts Reporting)
[4 Year Term] [Vote For 1]
 % of Vote Total Votes
RIGDON, DAVID H.   NP 44.40% 20,435
ZADRA, SHARON    NP 55.60% 25,592
Under Votes   0.00% 0
Over Votes   0.00% 0

CITY OF RENO COUNCILPERSON WARD 4
(154 out of 154 Precincts Reporting)
[4 Year Term] [Vote For 1]
 % of Vote Total Votes
DORTCH, DWIGHT    NP 59.29% 28,381
SFERRAZZA, JULIE    NP 40.71% 19,486
Under Votes   0.00% 0
Over Votes   0.00% 0

CITY OF RENO MUNICIPAL COURT JUDGE DEPARTMENT 1
(154 out of 154 Precincts Reporting)
[4 Year Term] [Vote For 1]
 % of Vote Total Votes
DILWORTH, JAY W.   NP 100.00% 35,883
Under Votes   0.00% 0
Over Votes   0.00% 0

CITY OF RENO ATTORNEY
(154 out of 154 Precincts Reporting)
[4 Year Term] [Vote For 1]
 % of Vote Total Votes
LYNCH, PATRICIA A.   NP 100.00% 36,528
Under Votes   0.00% 0
Over Votes   0.00% 0

JUSTICE OF THE PEACE WADSWORTH
(3 out of 3 Precincts Reporting)
[6 Year Term] [Vote For 1]
 % of Vote Total Votes
GRAHAM, TERRY L.   NP 75.40% 190
LAVENAU, SUSAN    NP 24.60% 62
Under Votes   0.00% 0
Over Votes   0.00% 0

State of Nevada Issues

STATE QUESTION NO. 1
(345 out of 345 Precincts Reporting)
SHALL THE STATE OF NEVADA BE AUTHORIZED TO ISSUE GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $200 MILLION IN ORDER TO PRESERVE WATER QUALITY; PROTECT OPEN SPACE, LAKES,RIVERS, WETLANDS, AND WILDLIFE HABITAT; AND RESTORE AND IMPROVE PARKS, RECREATIONAL AREAS, AND HISTORIC AND CULTURAL RESOURCES?
% of
Vote
Total
Votes
Yes   60.63% 62,441
No   39.37% 40,551
Under Votes   0.00% 0
Over Votes   0.00% 0

STATE QUESTION NO. 2
(345 out of 345 Precincts Reporting)
SHALL THE NEVADA CONSTITUTION BE AMENDED TO PROVIDE THAT: "ONLY A MARRIAGE BETWEEN A MALE AND A FEMALE PERSON SHALL BE RECOGNIZED AND GIVEN EFFECT IN THIS STATE?"
% of
Vote
Total
Votes
Yes   60.07% 62,589
No   39.93% 41,597
Under Votes   0.00% 0
Over Votes   0.00% 0

STATE QUESTION NO. 3
(345 out of 345 Precincts Reporting)
SHALL THE SALES AND USE TAX ACT OF 1955 BE AMENDED TO PROVIDE AN EXEMPTION FROM THE TAXES IMPOSED BY THAT ACT ON THE GROSS RECEIPTS FROM THE SALE AND THE STORAGE, USE OR OTHER CONSUMPTION OF FARM MACHINERY AND EQUIPMENT EMPLOYED FOR THE AGRICULTURAL USE OF REAL PROPERTY?
% of
Vote
Total
Votes
Yes   39.58% 39,319
No   60.42% 60,031
Under Votes   0.00% 0
Over Votes   0.00% 0

STATE QUESTION NO. 4
(345 out of 345 Precincts Reporting)
SHALL THE SALES AND USE TAX ACT OF 1955 BE AMENDED TO PROVIDE AN EXEMPTION FROM THE TAXES IMPOSED BY THAT ACT ON ENGINES AND CHASSIS, INCLUDING REPLACEMENT PARTS AND COMPONENTS FOR THE ENGINES AND CHASSIS, OF PROFESSIONAL RACING VEHICLES AND FOR CERTAIN MOTOR VEHICLES USED BY PROFESSIONAL RACING TEAMS OR SANCTIONING BODIES TO TRANSPORT CERTAIN ITEMS AND FACILITIES?
% of
Vote
Total
Votes
Yes   19.33% 19,294
No   80.67% 80,518
Under Votes   0.00% 0
Over Votes   0.00% 0

STATE QUESTION NO. 5
(345 out of 345 Precincts Reporting)
SHALL THE NEVADA CONSTITUTION BE AMENDED TO REPEAL THE CONSTITUTIONAL RULE AGAINST PERPETUITIES?
% of
Vote
Total
Votes
Yes   37.73% 35,282
No   62.27% 58,219
Under Votes   0.00% 0
Over Votes   0.00% 0

STATE QUESTION NO. 6
(345 out of 345 Precincts Reporting)
SHALL THE NEVADA CONSTITUTION BE AMENDED TO REVISE THE TERM OF OFFICE OF A SUPREME COURT JUSTICE OR DISTRICT COURT JUDGE WHO IS APPOINTED TO FILL A VACANCY?
% of
Vote
Total
Votes
Yes   40.56% 39,800
No   59.44% 58,324
Under Votes   0.00% 0
Over Votes   0.00% 0

STATE QUESTION NO. 7
(345 out of 345 Precincts Reporting)
SHALL THE NEVADA CONSTITUTION BE AMENDED TO ALLOW AN EXEMPTION FROM THE STATE DEBT LIMIT FOR STATE CONTRACTS NECESSARY FOR THE IMPROVEMENT, ACQUISITION OR CONSTRUCTION OF PUBLIC ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOLS?
% of
Vote
Total
Votes
Yes   43.64% 43,536
No   56.36% 56,230
Under Votes   0.00% 0
Over Votes   0.00% 0

STATE QUESTION NO. 8
(345 out of 345 Precincts Reporting)
SHALL THE NEVADA CONSTITUTION BE AMENDED TO AUTHORIZE THE LEGISLATURE TO PROVIDE BY LAW FOR A REDUCTION IN THE PROPERTY TAXES ON A SINGLE-FAMILY RESIDENCE OCCUPIED BY THE OWNER TO AVOID A SEVERE ECONOMIC HARDSHIP TO THAT OWNER?
% of
Vote
Total
Votes
Yes   56.75% 57,549
No   43.25% 43,852
Under Votes   0.00% 0
Over Votes   0.00% 0

STATE QUESTION NO. 9
(345 out of 345 Precincts Reporting)
SHALL THE NEVADA CONSTITUTION BE AMENDED TO ALLOW THE USE AND POSSESSION OF THREE OUNCES OR LESS OF MARIJUANA BY PERSONS AGED 21 YEARS OR OLDER, TO REQUIRE THE LEGISLATURE TO PROVIDE OR MAINTAIN PENALTIES FOR USING, DISTRIBUTING, SELLING OR POSSESSING MARIJUANA UNDER CERTAIN CIRCUMSTANCES, AND TO PROVIDE A SYSTEM OF REGULATION FOR THE CULTIVATION, TAXATION, SALE AND DISTRIBUTION OF MARIJUANA?
% of
Vote
Total
Votes
Yes   43.41% 45,280
No   56.59% 59,025
Under Votes   0.00% 0
Over Votes   0.00% 0

Washoe Issues

BINDING QUESTION NO. 1 - SCHOOL DISTRICT BOND
(345 out of 345 Precincts Reporting)
SHALL THE WASHOE COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT BE AUTHORIZED TO ISSUE GENERAL OBLIGATION SCHOOL BONDS TO FINANCE THE ACQUISITION, CONSTRUCTION, IMPROVEMENT AND EQUIPPING OF SCHOOL FACILITIES? DISTRICT PROJECTIONS AT THE TIME THE BONDS ARE ISSUED MUST INDICATE THAT ISSUANCE OF THE BONDS WILL NOT RESULT IN AN INCREASE OF THE EXISTING SCHOOL BOND PROPERTY TAX RATE OF 38.85 CENTS ($0.3885) PER $100 OF ASSESSED VALUE. IF APPROVED, THIS AUTHORIZATION WILL EXPIRE NOVEMBER 5, 2012.
% of
Vote
Total
Votes
Yes   50.82% 65,573
No   49.18% 63,457
Under Votes   0.00% 0
Over Votes   0.00% 0

ADVISORY QUESTION NO. 1 - FLUORIDATION
(345 out of 345 Precincts Reporting)
SHALL THE PUBLIC WATER SYSTEMS IN THE GEOGRAPHIC AREA OF WASHOE COUNTY BE ALLOWED TO ADJUST THE NATURALLY-OCCURRING FLUORIDE CONCENTRATION IN THE DRINKING WATER TO AN OPTIMUM LEVEL RECOMMENDED BY PUBLIC HEALTH AUTHORITIES IN ORDER TO REDUCE THE OCCURRENCE OF TOOTH DECAY?
% of
Vote
Total
Votes
Yes   42.04% 42,829
No   57.96% 59,040
Under Votes   0.00% 0
Over Votes   0.00% 0

ADVISORY QUESTION NO. 2 - FUNDING FOR THE TRUCKEE MEADOWS 2030 REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION PLAN
(345 out of 345 Precincts Reporting)
SHALL THE WASHOE COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS SEEK STATE LEGISLATION FOR THE REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION (RTC) TO OBTAIN NECESSARY ADDITIONAL FUNDING FOR TRANSPORTATION PROJECTS THAT WILL REDUCE TRAFFIC CONGESTION, IMPROVE AIR QUALITY, REPAIR AND MAINTAIN ROADS, AND INCREASE PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION IN THE TRUCKEE MEADOWS?
% of
Vote
Total
Votes
Yes   57.42% 58,039
No   42.58% 43,046
Under Votes   0.00% 0
Over Votes   0.00% 0

BINDING QUESTION NO. 3 - ANIMAL SHELTER BOND AND TAX OVERRIDE QUESTION
(345 out of 345 Precincts Reporting)
SHALL WASHOE COUNTY BE AUTHORIZED TO ISSUE UP TO $10,750,000 OF GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS TO PROVIDE AN ANIMAL SHELTER PROJECT AND TO LEVY AN ADDITIONAL PROPERTY TAX RATE FOR THE PURPOSE OF OPERATING AND MAINTAINING THE ANIMAL SHELTER PROJECT AND PERFORMING RELATED ANIMAL CONTROL FUNCTIONS OF UP TO 3 CENTS PER $100 OF ASSESSED VALUATION FOR A PERIOD OF UP TO 30 YEARS? THE BONDS ARE EXPECTED TO REQUIRE A PROPERTY TAX LEVY FOR 30 YEARS. THE BONDS ARE ESTIMATED TO RESULT IN AN INCREASE IN THE PROPERTY TAXES THAT THE OWNER OF A NEW $100,000 HOME WILL PAY WHICH WILL AVERAGE $1.98 PER YEAR. IN ADDITION, THE COST OF THE 3 CENTS ANIMAL SHELTER OPERATING PROPERTY TAX LEVY FOR THE OWNER OF A NEW $100,000 HOME IS ESTIMATED TO BE $10.50 PER YEAR. HOWEVER, AN INTERLOCAL AGREEMENT BETWEEN RENO, SPARKS, AND WASHOE COUNTY, REQUIRES THE 3 CENTS OPERATING PROPERTY TAX RATE INCREASE TO BE FULLY OFFSET BY PROPERTY TAX REDUCTIONS IN THE CITIES OF RENO AND SPARKS OF 3 CENTS AND PARTIALLY OFFSET BY A PROPERTY TAX REDUCTION OF 1 CENT IN THE UNINCORPORATED.
% of
Vote
Total
Votes
Yes   59.05% 60,850
No   40.95% 42,205
Under Votes   0.00% 0
Over Votes   0.00% 0

ADVISORY QUESTION NO. 4 - UNINCORPORATED COUNTY VOTERS SPHERE OF INFLUENCE AND UNINCORPORATED MUNIC
(136 out of 136 Precincts Reporting)
WOULD YOU SUPPORT THE IMPOSITION OF A PROPERTY TAX IN THE UNINCORPORATED AREA OF WASHOE COUNTY TO COVER THE COST OF THE PROVISION OF MUNICIPAL SERVICES IN THE UNINCORPORATED AREA IF THE SPHERES OF INFLUENCE OF RENO AND SPARKS WERE MOVED BACK TO THEIR PRE-MAY 9, 2002 LOCATIONS.
% of
Vote
Total
Votes
Yes   24.40% 7,970
No   75.60% 24,691
Under Votes   0.00% 0
Over Votes   0.00% 0

BINDING QUESTION NO. 5 - WASHOE COUNTY UNINCORPORATED TOWN QUESTION
(136 out of 136 Precincts Reporting)
SHALL WASHOE COUNTY BE AUTHORIZED TO FORM AN UNINCORPORATED TOWN WITHIN THE BOUNDARIES OF THE UNINCORPORATED AREA OF WASHOE COUNTY FOR THE PURPOSE OF PROVIDING FUNDING SUPPORT FOR THE FOLLOWING GOVERNMENTAL SERVICES: SHERIFF PATROL AND DETECTIVES, LAND USE PLANNING AND ZONING, BUSINESS LICENSING, COMMUNITY PARKS AND RECREATIONAL SERVICES, ENGINEERING AND ROAD MAINTENANCE, MISDEMEANANT PROSECUTION, ANIMAL CONTROL, AND FIRE SUPPRESSION? A "YES" VOTE CARRIES WITH IT THE ASSENT TO BE TAXED FOR SUCH SERVICES. IMPOSITION OF ANY SUCH TAX WOULD REQUIRE THE APPROVALS OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AND THE NEVADA DEPARTMENT OF TAXATION.
% of
Vote
Total
Votes
Yes   20.97% 6,853
No   79.03% 25,833
Under Votes   0.00% 0
Over Votes   0.00% 0

ADVISORY QUESTION NO. 6 - CITY VOTERS SPHERE OF INFLUENCE AND UNINCORPORATED MUNICIPAL SERVICES TAX
(210 out of 210 Precincts Reporting)
WOULD YOU SUPPORT MOVING THE SPHERES OF INFLUENCE OF RENO AND SPARKS BACK TO THEIR PRE-MAY 9, 2002 LOCATIONS, IF A PROPERTY TAX WERE IMPOSED IN THE UNINCORPORATED AREA OF WASHOE COUNTY TO COVER THE COST OF THE PROVISION OF MUNICIPAL SERVICES IN THE UNINCORPORATED AREA.
% of
Vote
Total
Votes
Yes   39.25% 24,920
No   60.75% 38,565
Under Votes   0.00% 0
Over Votes   0.00% 0

ADVISORY QUESTION NO. 7 - COMMISSION RESOLUTION URGING CONTINUED IMPLEMENTATION OF CITY OF RENO RAIL
(345 out of 345 Precincts Reporting)
SHALL THE BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF WASHOE COUNTY ADOPT A RESOLUTION URGING THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF RENO TO CONTINUE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE RAILROAD (RETRAC) TRENCH PROJECT?
% of
Vote
Total
Votes
Yes   37.09% 37,610
No   62.91% 63,789
Under Votes   0.00% 0
Over Votes   0.00% 0

ADVISORY QUESTION NO. 8 - PROHIBITING TOBACCO USE IN CERTAIN PUBLIC PLACES
(345 out of 345 Precincts Reporting)
SHALL THE WASHOE COUNTY DISTRICT BOARD OF HEALTH BE ABLE TO ADOPT REGULATIONS THAT ARE STRONGER THAN STATE LAW IN ORDER TO PROTECT PEOPLE FROM SECONDHAND SMOKE? THIS DOES NOT INCLUDE BUSINESSES THAT EXCLUDE PERSONS UNDER THE AGE OF 21.
% of
Vote
Total
Votes
Yes   59.17% 60,977
No   40.83% 42,076
Under Votes   0.00% 0
Over Votes   0.00% 0

ADVISORY QUESTION NO. 9 - PROHIBITING TOBACCO USE IN CERTAIN PUBLIC PLACES
(345 out of 345 Precincts Reporting)
SHALL SECONDHAND SMOKE BE COMPLETELY PROHIBITED BY STATE LAW IN PLACES FREQUENTED BY CHILDREN SUCH AS SCHOOLS, GROCERY STORES, RESTAURANTS AND GOVERNMENT BUILDINGS?
% of
Vote
Total
Votes
Yes   67.88% 70,233
No   32.12% 33,233
Under Votes   0.00% 0
Over Votes   0.00% 0

CITY OF RENO QUESTION NO. 1 - ARTS, AQUATICS AND RECREATION PROJECTS BOND QUESTION
(154 out of 154 Precincts Reporting)
SHALL THE CITY OF RENO BE AUTHORIZED TO ISSUE UP TO $40,000,000 OF GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS FOR THE PURPOSE OF ACQUIRING, CONSTRUCTING, EQUIPPING AND IMPROVING ARTS, AQUATICS AND RECREATION PROJECTS INCLUDING REAL PROPERTY, STRUCTURES, FIXTURES, FURNISHINGS AND EQUIPMENT THEREFOR? THE BONDS ARE EXPECTED TO REQUIRE A PROPERTY TAX LEVY FOR 30 YEARS. THE BONDS ARE ESTIMATED TO RESULT IN AN INCREASE IN THE PROPERTY TAXES THAT THE OWNER OF A NEW $100,000 HOME WILL PAY WHICH WILL AVERAGE $17.50 PER YEAR.
% of
Vote
Total
Votes
Yes   44.17% 21,658
No   55.83% 27,380
Under Votes   0.00% 0
Over Votes   0.00% 0

RENO QUESTION NO. 2 - WASHOE COUNTY/RENO CONSOLIDATION
(154 out of 154 Precincts Reporting)
SHALL THE SEPARATE GOVERNMENTS OF WASHOE COUNTY AND THE CITY OF RENO BE CONSOLIDATED PROVIDED CONSOLIDATION REDUCES TAXES AND/OR IMPROVES SERVICES AS AN ALTERNATIVE TO THE CURRENT SYSTEM OF SEPARATE GOVERNMENTS FOR WASHOE COUNTY AND THE CITY OF RENO WITH THE CURRENT FISCAL INEQUITY?
% of
Vote
Total
Votes
Yes   55.45% 26,338
No   44.55% 21,159
Under Votes   0.00% 0
Over Votes   0.00% 0

RENO QUESTION NO. 3 - REMOVE RENO FROM WASHOE COUNTY
(154 out of 154 Precincts Reporting)
SHALL THE CITY OF RENO BE REMOVED FROM WASHOE COUNTY AND A COUNTY OF RENO BE CREATED PROVIDED IT REDUCES TAXES AND/OR IMPROVES SERVICES AS AN ALTERNATIVE TO THE CURRENT SYSTEM OF SEPARATE GOVERNMENTS FOR WASHOE COUNTY AND THE CITY OF RENO WITH THE CURRENT FISCAL INEQUITY?
% of
Vote
Total
Votes
Yes   23.71% 11,446
No   76.29% 36,831
Under Votes   0.00% 0
Over Votes   0.00% 0