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FOR MAYOR:
 
Cook, Ken - Withdrew his candidacy.
Litman, Allan S.
Pereida, Arthur V.
 
UPDATE: In accordance with NRS 293C.180, if not more that twice the number the candidates to be elected have filed for nomination for an office, the names of those candidates will be omitted from all ballots for the PRIMARY City and will be placed on all ballots for the GENERAL City Election.
 
 
 
The following Citizens of Mesquite, NV have declared their candidacy for  Mesquite City Council.  The names for listed are how they will appear on the ballot at the June 14, 2016 Primary Elections.
 
FOR CITY COUNCIL:
 
Ballweg, David P.
Benham, Mike
Delaney, Cynthia "Cindi"
Larsen, CJ
Rapson, George
West, David D.
Wursten, Brian
 
 
 (Update made 3/29/2016 at 8:30 AM)
 
 
 

 

 

 


 





Municipal (City) Elections (Even-Numbered Years) - Beginning 2016

All municipal elections are OPEN and NONPARTISAN.

Candidates’ parties will not be shown on the ballot. Only voters properly registered within the specific boundaries of the City of Mesquite may vote in the City of Mesquite municipal elections.

If you are properly registered, you may vote for all offices on your ballot, regardless of your party affiliation, as well as any questions on the ballot.

If you reside on the south side of I-15, you will vote at the Mesquite Campus Library - Deuce 2 Building located at 150 N. Yucca.

If you reside on the north side of I-15, you will vote at the Sun City Recreation Building located at 1350 Flat Top Mesa Drive.

You may register to vote by coming to the City Clerk's Office located in City Hall or by contacting the Clark County Election Department.

 

Federal/State/County Elections (Even-Numbered Years)

Nevada is a Closed Primary State: In Nevada, voters are prohibited from voting for candidates from another party in the Primary Election.

Only registered Democrats may vote in the contests that decide which Democrats advance to the general election.

Only registered Republicans may vote in the contests that decide which Republicans advance to the general election.

All registered voters may vote in the Nonpartisan contests that decide which candidates advance to the general election.

General elections are OPEN. You may vote for all offices on your ballot, regardless of your party affiliation. You may also vote for any questions on the ballot.

You may register to vote by coming to the City Clerk's Office in City Hall or by contacting the Clark County Election Department.