Nevada 2020 Primary Election Results

Nevada 2020 Primary Election Results

During the unprecedented time of COVID-19, Nevada Secretary of State Barbara Cegavske moved the June primary to a mostly mail-in system. Votes will be counted as long as ballots are postmarked by June 9. Therefore, as election results continue to come in, the results are not final until around June 19.

Our team is tracking all primary races in Nevada, including legislative races, local races in Washoe and Clark Counties, judicial races, school board races, and the primaries in all four of Nevada’s Congressional districts.

Results are unofficial.

Election results are FINAL as of 2:00 p.m. PST on Friday, June 19.

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Legislative Primary Races

Judicial Primary Races 

Local Government Primary Races

Congressional Primary Races

School Board Races

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