Today last day to vote early in Incline; Friday for county
October 29, 2014
Early voting in Nevada this year began Oct. 18, and runs through Friday, Oct. 31.
The practice is especially convenient for voters who believe they will not be able to vote at their polling place on Election Day, or for those wishing to avoid the often large crowds on Election Day.
Locally, residents can cast their early ballots at the Incline Village Library at 845 Alder Ave. between 11 a.m. and 6 p.m.
However, early voting will not occur on Nevada Day at the library on Friday, Oct. 31, so Thursday, Oct. 30, is the last opportunity in Incline Village to do so.
Residents can utilize early voting at other county locations, however, Thursday and Friday.
Visit washoecounty.us/voters/14GENEV.html for the full list of early voting locations and hours.
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VOTING ON ELECTION DAY
On Election Day (Tuesday, Nov. 4), if you're a registered voter, you must vote within your precinct location. Polls are open throughout Washoe County from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Here is the list of three Election Day voting locations in Incline Village:
Aspen Grove, 960 Lakeshore Blvd.
Incline Elementary School, 915 Northwood Blvd.
Incline Middle School, 931 Southwood Blvd.
Unsure of your precinct? Check within your sample ballot, or visit the Washoe County Registrar of Voters website at co.washoe.nv.us/voters and click on "Precinct & District Maps."
RACES OF INTEREST
Locally, the big race of interest is for the Incline Village General Improvement District Board of Trustees. Shelia Leijon, Kendra Wong, Tim Callicrate and Robert Olmer are vying for two seats.
In the June primary featuring seven candidates, Wong topped the list with 751 votes, good for 24.38 percent, while Leijon was close behind at 714 votes (23.18 percent).
Not far off was Callicrate's 634 votes, accounting for 20.58 percent. Olmer received 277 votes (8.99 percent), finishing fourth.
Another race of local interest is who will replace outgoing Washoe County Sheriff Mike Haley.
Nevada Highway Patrol Trooper Chuck Allen is squaring off against current Washoe County Undersheriff Tim Kuzanek. Allen easily earned the most votes in June's primary election, with 22,084 votes, accounting for 46.08 percent. Kuzanek earned 13,325 votes (27.80 percent).
The Bonanza will be updating its website, tahoedailytribune.com, the evening of Election Day to provide results for these and other races. Readers also can look for coverage in the Thursday, Nov. 6, print edition.
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