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Posted on: November 9, 2022

[ARCHIVED] Hand-count to restart Thursday; Election Day and Early Voting results released

Statements from County Clerk Mark Kampf on restarting Hand-Count Process

On Saturday, November 5th, the Nevada Secretary of State provided approval to move forward with our revised hand count process. This is a call for volunteers to join us on Wednesday, November 9th, at the Valley Electric Conference Center for a volunteer debrief. We will have information sessions and volunteer signup at 1 pm, 3 pm, and 6 pm. If you cannot make one of these sessions, please show up on Thursday morning at VEA, and we will brief you on the process and put you to work. We are under pressure to complete this process by November 17th, which leaves us little time. 

I would appreciate any Nevada Registered Voter to step up and help us achieve our goal. We may need to work on the weekend and extra time beyond the standard four hours to tally all the batches. I look forward to seeing all volunteers on Wednesday and starting the count again on Thursday. Please bring a friend or two to join us in the process, and we have a lot more room for more volunteers who can work whatever hours they can. Let's show the world that Nye County can do the job.

Nye County Clerk Mark Kampf statement on the General Election night 

"Over the last two and a half weeks, our team of dedicated Deputy Clerks, Poll Workers, and Election Board Officials successfully implemented a paper ballot process for Nye County. Other than dropbox and mail ballots received on Election Day, all Early Vote and Election Day ballots were tabulated by 11:59 pm on November 8th

This demonstrates that an all-paper ballot process can be implemented successfully in a tightly controlled process. I couldn't be prouder of the team that made this happen. They should all be congratulated for their hard work and attention to detail that made this such a success. I also want to thank the Nye County Sheriff Sharon Wehrly and her team for coordinating the secure and monitored delivery of ballots in difficult weather conditions that helped make this happen." 

NOTE: Updated results will be released as they become available and posted at on the Clerk's Election page.

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