One thing that won't be back in 2024 is the election tent, according to the Clerk-Treasurer's Office.
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The 2024 election season will arrive with the new year when filing opens for Douglas County’s two justices of the peace.
Newly appointed Tahoe Township Justice of the Peace Michael Johnson is expected to file during the judicial candidate filing Jan. 2-10.
East Fork Justice of the Peace Paul Gilbert was appointed to replace predecessor Cassandra Jones last year and said at the time he wouldn’t see election to the seat.
That doesn’t mean he couldn’t file, but after more than 40 years in public office, most of which as East Fork Constable, he told county commissioners he’s ready to retire when he was appointed
While the East Fork seat last saw a contested election in 2018, longtime Tahoe Township Justice Richard Glasson ran unopposed since the turn of the century.
Residents are getting postcards from the Nevada Secretary of State’s Office regarding the presidential preference primary, which will be conducted Feb. 6, 2024.
Early voting in the presidential primary will last a week between Jan. 27 and Feb. 2, 2024, and Election Day is Feb. 6, 2024.
There are seven names on the Republican presidential primary ballot, including former Vice President Mike Pence and Sen. Tim Scott, who have both dropped out of the race.
Nikki Haley is on the primary ballot along with Texan John Castro, Reno resident Heath Fulkerson, Hirsh Singh and Donald Kjornes.
There are 13 for dinner on the Democratic side of the ballot, topped by President Biden.
Former President Trump and Gov. Ron DeSantis are joined by former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, Vivek Ramaswamy, North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum and Ryan Binkley on the Feb. 8, 2024, caucus.