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Question 3: Top 5 Primaries and Ranked Choice Voting

Yes
Winner
52.9%
97% of expected vote in

Establishes open top-five primaries and ranked-choice voting for all congressional, gubernatorial, state official, and state legislative elections.

Las VegasReno
County
  • Carson City100% in
  • Churchill100% in
  • Clark100% in
  • Douglas100% in
  • Elko100% in
  • Esmeralda100% in
  • Eureka100% in
  • Humboldt100% in
  • Lander99.1% in
  • Lincoln100% in
  • Lyon100% in
  • Mineral100% in
  • Nye97.8% in
  • Pershing100% in
  • Storey100% in
  • Washoe100% in
  • White Pine100% in
Yes
52.9%
524,868
Percent
  • 48.3%
  • 42.1%
  • 55.2%
  • 40.7%
  • 35.5%
  • 41.3%
  • 31%
  • 42.7%
  • 40.6%
  • 32.2%
  • 44%
  • 52.6%
  • 47%
  • 39.3%
  • 42%
  • 52.5%
  • 41.2%
Votes
  • 11,250
  • 4,080
  • 364,833
  • 11,592
  • 5,656
  • 179
  • 239
  • 2,568
  • 891
  • 685
  • 10,138
  • 966
  • 9,569
  • 689
  • 1,061
  • 99,076
  • 1,396
No
47.1%
466,635
Percent
  • 51.7%
  • 57.9%
  • 44.8%
  • 59.3%
  • 64.5%
  • 58.7%
  • 69%
  • 57.3%
  • 59.4%
  • 67.8%
  • 56%
  • 47.4%
  • 53%
  • 60.7%
  • 58%
  • 47.5%
  • 58.8%
Votes
  • 12,033
  • 5,614
  • 296,065
  • 16,912
  • 10,297
  • 254
  • 532
  • 3,453
  • 1,302
  • 1,443
  • 12,920
  • 872
  • 10,790
  • 1,062
  • 1,463
  • 89,631
  • 1,992
% in
  • 100% in
  • 100% in
  • 100% in
  • 100% in
  • 100% in
  • 100% in
  • 100% in
  • 100% in
  • 99.1% in
  • 100% in
  • 100% in
  • 100% in
  • 97.8% in
  • 100% in
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  • 100% in
  • 100% in

Question 2: Increase Minimum Wage

Yes
Winner
55.2%
97% of expected vote in

Increases the state's minimum wage to $12 per hour by July 1, 2024, removes provisions that set different minimum wage rates for employees based on whether the employer provides health benefits, and stops existing annual adjustments to minimum wage determined by inflation.

Las VegasReno
County
  • Carson City100% in
  • Churchill100% in
  • Clark100% in
  • Douglas100% in
  • Elko100% in
  • Esmeralda100% in
  • Eureka100% in
  • Humboldt100% in
  • Lander98.9% in
  • Lincoln100% in
  • Lyon100% in
  • Mineral100% in
  • Nye97.8% in
  • Pershing100% in
  • Storey100% in
  • Washoe100% in
  • White Pine100% in
Yes
55.2%
545,828
Percent
  • 46.1%
  • 36.2%
  • 59.6%
  • 36.6%
  • 30.2%
  • 35.9%
  • 24.6%
  • 35.5%
  • 32.1%
  • 28.4%
  • 38.8%
  • 47.5%
  • 44.4%
  • 32.9%
  • 36.7%
  • 52%
  • 36.3%
Votes
  • 10,705
  • 3,505
  • 393,515
  • 10,391
  • 4,821
  • 157
  • 190
  • 2,143
  • 702
  • 602
  • 8,918
  • 875
  • 9,049
  • 575
  • 923
  • 97,532
  • 1,225
No
44.8%
443,318
Percent
  • 53.9%
  • 63.8%
  • 40.4%
  • 63.4%
  • 69.8%
  • 64.1%
  • 75.4%
  • 64.5%
  • 67.9%
  • 71.6%
  • 61.2%
  • 52.5%
  • 55.6%
  • 67.1%
  • 63.3%
  • 48%
  • 63.7%
Votes
  • 12,512
  • 6,175
  • 266,318
  • 18,033
  • 11,134
  • 280
  • 583
  • 3,886
  • 1,485
  • 1,521
  • 14,072
  • 966
  • 11,315
  • 1,175
  • 1,592
  • 90,119
  • 2,152
% in
  • 100% in
  • 100% in
  • 100% in
  • 100% in
  • 100% in
  • 100% in
  • 100% in
  • 100% in
  • 98.9% in
  • 100% in
  • 100% in
  • 100% in
  • 97.8% in
  • 100% in
  • 100% in
  • 100% in
  • 100% in

The expected vote is the total number of votes that are expected in a given race once all votes are counted. This number is an estimate and is based on several different factors, including information on the number of votes cast early as well as information provided to our vote reporters on Election Day from county election officials. The figure can change as NBC News gathers new information.

Source: National Election Pool (NEP)