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State Races

United States Senator
(6 out of 6 Precincts Reporting)
[6 Year Term] [Vote For 1]
Candidate   % of
Vote
Total
Votes
CARTER, JACK   DEM 21.06% 91
ENSIGN, JOHN   REP 66.90% 289
SCHUMANN, DAVID K.   IAP 3.94% 17
TRAINOR, BRENDAN   LIB 2.08% 9
NONE OF THESE CANDIDATES     6.02% 26


U.S. Representative in Congress, District 2
(6 out of 6 Precincts Reporting)
[2 Year Term] [Vote For 1]
Candidate   % of
Vote
Total
Votes
DERBY, JILL   DEM 26.65% 113
HELLER, DEAN   REP 63.44% 269
KROSHUS, JAMES C.   IAP 5.19% 22
ROSEN, DANIEL   IND 4.72% 20


Governor
(5 out of 5 Precincts Reporting)
[4 Year Term] [Vote For 1]
Candidate   % of
Vote
Total
Votes
BERGLAND, CRAIG O.   GRN 1.38% 6
GIBBONS, JIM   REP 68.43% 297
HANSEN, CHRISTOPHER H.   IAP 4.84% 21
TITUS, DINA   DEM 21.20% 92
NONE OF THESE CANDIDATES     4.15% 18


Lieutenant Governor
(5 out of 5 Precincts Reporting)
[4 Year Term] [Vote For 1]
Candidate   % of
Vote
Total
Votes
JEFFERSON, THOMAS   IAP 12.85% 55
KROLICKI, BRIAN   REP 59.11% 253
UNGER, ROBERT "BOB"   DEM 20.56% 88
NONE OF THESE CANDIDATES     7.48% 32


Secretary Of State
(5 out of 5 Precincts Reporting)
[4 Year Term] [Vote For 1]
Candidate   % of
Vote
Total
Votes
HANSEN, JANINE   IAP 13.44% 57
MILLER, ROSS   DEM 29.01% 123
TARKANIAN, DANNY   REP 50.00% 212
NONE OF THESE CANDIDATES     7.55% 32


State Treasurer
(5 out of 5 Precincts Reporting)
[4 Year Term] [Vote For 1]
Candidate   % of
Vote
Total
Votes
ANDREWS, MARK   IAP 9.56% 41
DESTEFANO, MARK   REP 48.48% 208
MARSHALL, KATE   DEM 31.70% 136
NONE OF THESE CANDIDATES     10.26% 44


State Controller
(5 out of 5 Precincts Reporting)
[4 Year Term] [Vote For 1]
Candidate   % of
Vote
Total
Votes
FITZGIBBONS, FLOYD   IAP 13.05% 56
MARTIN, STEVE   REP 53.38% 229
WALLIN, KIM   DEM 22.38% 96
NONE OF THESE CANDIDATES     11.19% 48


Attorney General
(5 out of 5 Precincts Reporting)
[4 Year Term] [Vote For 1]
Candidate   % of
Vote
Total
Votes
CHAIREZ, DON   REP 52.47% 223
CORTEZ MASTO, CATHERINE   DEM 35.29% 150
NONE OF THESE CANDIDATES     12.24% 52


State Assembly, District 36
(5 out of 5 Precincts Reporting)
[2 Year Term] [Vote For 1]
Candidate   % of
Vote
Total
Votes
GOEDHART, ED   REP 57.52% 241
HOLMGREN, DAVID G.   IAP 11.93% 50
MURRAY, LAURAYNE   DEM 30.55% 128


Supreme Court Justice, Seat C
(5 out of 5 Precincts Reporting)
[6 Year Term] [Vote For 1]
Candidate   % of
Vote
Total
Votes
CHERRY, MICHAEL A.   NP 64.27% 250
NONE OF THESE CANDIDATES     35.73% 139


Supreme Court Justice, Seat F
(5 out of 5 Precincts Reporting)
[6 Year Term] [Vote For 1]
Candidate   % of
Vote
Total
Votes
DOUGLAS, MICHAEL L.   NP 35.48% 143
STEEL, CYNTHIA "DIANNE"   NP 37.72% 152
NONE OF THESE CANDIDATES     26.80% 108


Supreme Court Justice, Seat G
(5 out of 5 Precincts Reporting)
[6 Year Term] [Vote For 1]
Candidate   % of
Vote
Total
Votes
BECKER, NANCY   NP 39.60% 160
SAITTA, NANCY M.   NP 27.72% 112
NONE OF THESE CANDIDATES     32.67% 132


Esmeralda Races

COUNTY ASSESSOR
(5 out of 5 Precincts Reporting)
[4 Year Term] [Vote For 1]
Candidate   % of
Vote
Total
Votes
LEE, RUTH P.   REP 100.00% 390


County Clerk/Treasurer
(5 out of 5 Precincts Reporting)
[4 Year Term] [Vote For 1]
Candidate   % of
Vote
Total
Votes
ELGAN, LACINDA "CINDY"   REP 100.00% 372


County Commissioner District 1
(1 out of 1 Precincts Reporting)
[4 Year Term] [Vote For 1]
Candidate   % of
Vote
Total
Votes
FABRIZIO, ROBERT D.   REP 33.33% 62
GILLUM, R.J.   DEM 66.67% 124


DISTRICT ATTORNEY
(5 out of 5 Precincts Reporting)
[4 Year Term] [Vote For 1]
Candidate   % of
Vote
Total
Votes
LEVENTHAL, TODD M.   REP 52.90% 219
WHITE, LINDA S.   REP 47.10% 195


Auditor/Recorder
(5 out of 5 Precincts Reporting)
[4 Year Term] [Vote For 1]
Candidate   % of
Vote
Total
Votes
SCOTT, KAREN   DEM 100.00% 351


PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR
(5 out of 5 Precincts Reporting)
[4 Year Term] [Vote For 1]
Candidate   % of
Vote
Total
Votes
DEYMONAZ, LINDA A.   NP 100.00% 325


Justice of the Peace - ESMERALDA
(5 out of 5 Precincts Reporting)
[6 Year Term] [Vote For 1]
Candidate   % of
Vote
Total
Votes
BARNEY, SHARON K.   NP 37.04% 160
COLVIN, JUANITA M.   NP 62.96% 272


Statewide Issues

STATE QUESTION NO. 1
(5 out of 5 Precincts Reporting)
Shall the Nevada Constitution be amended to require the Nevada Legislature to fund the operation of the public schools for kindergarten through grade 12 before funding any other part of the state budget for the next biennium?
% of
Vote
Total
Votes
Yes 40.33% 171
No 59.67% 253

STATE QUESTION NO. 2
(5 out of 5 Precincts Reporting)
Shall Article 1 of the Nevada Constitution be amended in order: to provide that the transfer of property from one private party to another private party is not considered a public use; to provide that property taken for a public use must be valued at its highest and best use; to provide that fair market value in eminent domain proceedings be defined as the "highest price the property would bring on the open market;" and to make certain other changes related to eminent domain proceedings?
% of
Vote
Total
Votes
Yes 61.72% 258
No 38.28% 160

STATE QUESTION NO. 3
(0 out of 5 Precincts Reporting)
Question Number 3 was removed from the ballot by the Nevada Supreme Court in Nevadans for Nevada et al. v. Beers et al., 122 Nev. Adv. Op. 80 (Sept. 8, 2006).

STATE QUESTION NO. 4
(5 out of 5 Precincts Reporting)
Shall Chapter 202 of the Nevada Revised Statutes be amended in order to prohibit smoking tobacco in certain public places, except all areas of casinos, gaming areas within establishments holding gaming licenses, bars and certain other locations?
% of
Vote
Total
Votes
Yes 39.95% 171
No 60.05% 257

STATE QUESTION NO. 5
(5 out of 5 Precincts Reporting)
Shall Chapter 202 of the Nevada Revised Statutes be amended in order to prohibit smoking tobacco in certain public places, in all bars with a food-handling license, but excluding gaming areas of casinos and certain other locations?
% of
Vote
Total
Votes
Yes 33.88% 144
No 66.12% 281

STATE QUESTION NO. 6
(5 out of 5 Precincts Reporting)
Shall the Nevada Constitution be amended to raise the minimum wage paid to employees?
% of
Vote
Total
Votes
Yes 62.85% 269
No 37.15% 159

STATE QUESTION NO. 7
(5 out of 5 Precincts Reporting)
Shall Titles 32, 40 and 43 of the Nevada Revised Statutes be amended in order to allow and regulate the sale, use and possession of one ounce or less of marijuana by persons at least 21 years of age, impose licensing requirements on marijuana retailers and wholesalers, allow for the sale of marijuana by licensed marijuana retailers and wholesalers, impose taxes and restrictions on the wholesale and retail sale of marijuana, and to increase the criminal penalties for causing death or substantial bodily harm when driving while under the influence of drugs or alcohol?
% of
Vote
Total
Votes
Yes 45.84% 193
No 54.16% 228

STATE QUESTION NO. 8
(5 out of 5 Precincts Reporting)
Shall the Sales and Use Tax Act of 1955 be amended to exempt from the tax the value of any used vehicle taken in trade on the purchase of another vehicle and the value of farm machinery and equipment?
% of
Vote
Total
Votes
Yes 63.53% 263
No 36.47% 151

STATE QUESTION NO. 9
(5 out of 5 Precincts Reporting)
Shall the Nevada Constitution be amended to provide for the election of certain members of the Board of Regents of the University of Nevada and for the gubernatorial appointment of certain members, and to specify the number and terms of the members?
% of
Vote
Total
Votes
Yes 35.71% 145
No 64.29% 261

STATE QUESTION NO. 10
(5 out of 5 Precincts Reporting)
Shall the Nevada Constitution be amended to change the provisions regarding special sessions of the Legislature to provide that a special session may be convened by a petition signed by two-thirds of the Legislature of each house; to limit the duration of special sessions of the Legislature to 20 calendar days; and to limit the matters which may be considered during a special session?
% of
Vote
Total
Votes
Yes 34.98% 142
No 65.02% 264

STATE QUESTION NO. 11
(5 out of 5 Precincts Reporting)
Shall the Nevada Constitution be amended to provide for the payment of compensation to members of the Nevada Legislature for each day of service during regular and special sessions and to provide for the payment of reasonable allowances to legislators for postage, newspapers, telecommunications, and stationery?
% of
Vote
Total
Votes
Yes 18.18% 76
No 81.82% 342
Last updated: 5/14/2009 9:19:00 AM