2024 Election and filing dates

The 2024 Presidential Preference Primary PRELIMINARY UNOFFICAL Election results can be found here on the Nevada Secretary of State's Election Results website or here for a PDF Summary of the Election Results. 

Canvass of the 2024 Presidential Preference Primary will occur on February 16, 2024 at 9:00 AM in the Humboldt County Meeting Room Located at 50 W. 5th Street, Room 201, Winnemucca, NV 89445. You may view the agenda here.

The 2024 Primary Election will be held on Tuesday, June 11, 2024.  

Early Voting begins on Saturday, May 25, 2024 and runs through Friday, June 7, 2024.   

The 2024 General Election will be held on Tuesday, November 5, 2024. 

Early voting begins on Saturday, October 19, 2024 and runs through Friday, November 1, 2024.

2024 Candidate Filing Periods:

Please be aware that candidate filing must now be filed online using the Nevada Secretary of State's new Aurora Candidate Filing System, you may access the system here.

Please use the Nevada Secretary of State's Campaign Guide for more information.

Non-Judicial: March 4 - 15, 2024

Judicial: January 2 - 12, 2024

 *Pursuant to NRS 293.177 candidate filing for Judicial candidates is Jan 1-15, however Jan 1, 2024 is a holiday. Therefore, the Judicial candidate filing period begins on Tuesday Jan 2, 2024. 

Pursuant to SB418 (2023), certain judicial candidates are now required to fill out and submit a questionnaire during the filing period.  To access the questionnaire please click here.

Questionnaires received by the Humboldt County Clerk can be found below:

Dawson, Jeff

Koepke, Matt

Maltzman, Cody

Mavity, Mike

McQuillan, Maureen - Candidate has withdrawn.

2022 November gENERAL ELECTION results

To view the 2022 General Election Canvas of the Vote and Abstract please click here.  To view the Statement of Votes Cast please click here.  


Please find the results from the 2022 June Primary Election here,  the Statement of Vote, which has breakdowns by precinct, may be viewed here.

Please visit the Nevada Secretary of State's Office site here for statewide results.


2nd Bi-Annual “I Voted” Sticker Art Design Contest for the 2024 Election Cycle

Winnemucca, Nevada — August 10, 2023 — Friday, July 28, 2023, a selection panel of five local officials chose two winners for the 2nd Bi-Annual “I Voted” Sticker Art Design Contest for the 2024 Election Cycle. The winner in Category A (5th grade – 8th grade) is Laci Fentress, previous 7th grader and now 8th grader, at Winnemucca Junior High School, and the winner in Category B (9th grade – 12th grade) is Natalie Reves, previous 9th grader and now 10th grader from the Humboldt County School District’s Homeschool Program.

“I Voted” Sticker Art Design Contest for the 2024 Election Cycle

The Humboldt County Clerk’s Office whose official duties include facilitating elections wanted to include young people in the elections process and give the community something positive to look forward to in the often-bombastic landscape that is elections. Deputy in charge of elections, Jessica Koepke, designed this contest for future voters with the hopes of keeping democracy in the minds of the people who will one day, hopefully, cast ballots. Students were encouraged to submit their designs to excite voters and reflect the character of the American Voter. The submissions, which had to be original and hand drawn, were selected based on artistic skill and excellence, meaningful and consistent theme, and uniqueness of the design.

A selection panel consisting of Dr. Dave Jensen, Superintendent of the Humboldt County School District; Michael Montero, Sixth Judicial District Court Judge; Jessica Anderson, Humboldt County Library Director; Tom Hoss, Humboldt County Commissioner; and Ashley Maden, Winnemucca City Council Member; reviewed the fifty-six (56) designs submitted and selected the winners. Each winner will receive a $100.00 Chamber Check, one donated by the Winnemucca Chamber of Commerce and one donated by the Humboldt County Clerk’s Office, a plaque, and have their designs turned into the “I Voted” stickers for the 2024 Presidential Preference Primary, Primary Election and General Election, that will be handed out at all the in-person polling locations during Early Voting and on Election Day for each election, as well as sent out with all paper mail ballots.

The Humboldt County Clerk’s Office wants to thank all the participants for their entries and hopes to see even more submissions for the 2026 election cycle.

To view Laci Fentress's, Category A Winner, design please click here.

To view Natalie Reves's, Category B Winner, design pleas click here.

Please click here to view the official rules, parental consent, and design template

For more information talk to your school administrator or contact the Humboldt County Clerk's Office at 775-623-6343 or email elections@humboldtcountynv.gov


Voter Registration Form

- To apply to be a poll worker, please complete this application and return to the Humboldt County Clerk's Office.

- To request a list of registered voters in Humboldt County, please complete this form and return to the Humboldt County Clerk's Office. 

Attention Humboldt County Voters,

During the 2021 Nevada legislative session Assembly Bill No. 321 was passed. This bill designated all registered voters in Nevada to receive a vote by mail ballot for every election. This means you will receive a mail ballot automatically to the mailing address on your voter registration before each election. Should you wish to opt-out of receiving a mail ballot you may do so by completing a mail ballot preference form located below, and returning your completed form to the Humboldt County Clerk's Office 60 days prior to the election. You may still vote in person even if you miss the deadline to turn in your mail ballot preference form, but you still receive your vote by mail ballot. For more information please email elections@humboldtcountynv.gov or contact 775-623-6343. 

To update your mail ballot preference online click here: https://www.nvsos.gov/votersearch/

or complete the form below and return to the Humboldt County Clerk's Office at 50 W. 5th St., Room 207, Winnemucca, Nevada 89445

Mail Ballot Preference Form (Opt-Out) - English

Mail Ballot Preference Form (Opt-Out) - Spanish

This form must be received sixty (60) days prior to Election Day to be in effect for that election.


  • To register to vote, check your current voter registration or to update your voter registration click here.

  • For Information on voting for Uniformed and Overseas Citizens please click here.