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Secretary of State’s Silver State Election Website Reports Up-to-the-Minute Primary Election Night Results
Reporting site is updated with official poll results from election officials statewide
Posted Date: 6/7/2012

Contact: Catherine Lu 
             (702) 486-6982 / 334-7953 

(Carson City, NV; June 7, 2012) — Nevada’s only official primary election results reporting website,, launched today in preparation for the 2012 primary election on Tuesday, June 12.

The comprehensive reporting website enables the public to easily monitor the official results as reported by election officials statewide throughout the evening of the election.

The website features separate tabs for finding results for the U.S. Senate, U.S. House of Representatives, Statewide/Judicial, State Senate, State Assembly, and local government races. Six key races of interest will be featured on the homepage – the Congressional District 4 Republican primary; the Democratic primaries of State Senate District 1, State Senate District 11, State Assembly District 21; and the Republican primaries of State Senate District 18 and State Assembly District 39.

The percentage of precincts reporting and up-to-the-minute voter turnout numbers are also available at the stroke of a key. The voter turnout feature allows users to pull up numbers from previous primary and general elections by county to compare to the 2012 turnout. Users also have multiple options for refreshing the site as primary election results are reported.

As the state’s chief elections officer, Secretary of State Ross Miller reminds the public that is the only place to find official statewide results for the primary election and encourages interested citizens to become familiar with the site so they can quickly and easily get the information they want on election night.

For a historical perspective, detailed results from previous elections going back to 1998 can be found under the “Election Center” tab on the Secretary of State’s website,, or by clicking here.

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