The city councils in Las Vegas and North Las Vegas on Wednesday each approved an agreement with the Clark County election department that would allow voters in municipal elections to cast ballots at vote centers.
Clark County will allow overnight construction for expansion of the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority.
Aaron Manfredi, a nonprofit executive, won the June 12 election by four votes, but Clark County commissioners voted to redo the election after it was discovered that as many as 43 people voted twice due to a combination of human error and technical problems.
Clark County and the state of Nevada will spend the rest of the year working together to fill a looming funding gap for Southern Nevada’s specialized foster care program.
The Clark County Commission on Tuesday followed the lead of local transit officials in asking the Nevada Department of Transportation to provide a list of projects specifically funded by money from the voter-approved fuel revenue indexing tax.
With one day left to vote, about one-third of eligible voters have cast ballots in a special Republican primary election for the Clark County’s public administrator office.
An attorney representing a woman who accused Democratic nominee for governor Steve Sisolak of improper behavior with her daughter sent a letter to his opponent, Republican Adam Laxalt, urging him to stop using the allegations as a campaign tactic.
The Clark County District Attorney’s office wants federal funds to hire a second prosecutor dedicated to a backlog of thousands of sexual assault forensic examination kits.
City councils in Clark County are voting one-by-one on a new agreement with the county election department that would allow voters in city elections to cast ballots at vote centers, regardless of jurisdiction.
The Las Vegas Monorail Co. has pushed back the start date for construction on its planned route extension from the MGM Grand to Luxor and Mandalay Bay.