SILVER STATE ELECTION NIGHT RESULTS 2018

Home NVSOS.gov  | Elections  | Calendar  | FAQ  | Contact Us SILVER STATE ELECTION NIGHT RESULTS 2018HOMEBARBARA K. CEGAVSKE NEVADA SECRETARY OF STATEElection results are unofficial. This page automatically refreshes. U.S. Senate U.S. House of Representatives Statewide Education Judicial State Senate State Assembly County Results Ballot Questions Voter Turnout Statistics 17 of 17counties fully reported as of11/7/2018 3:10:17 PM All results have now been reported.   CLARK COUNTY UNITED STATES SENATOR 6 year term view detailstop ROSEN, JACKYHELLER, DEAN (INCUMBENT) 55.06%40.90%           U.S. REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS, DIST. 1 2 year term view detailstop TITUS,…

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UNLV Rebels Schedule – 2018

UNLV Rebels Schedule – 2018 College Football Teams—– FBS (Division I-A) —–Air ForceAkronAlabamaAppalachian StateArizonaArizona StateArkansasArkansas StateArmyAuburnBall StateBaylorBoise StateBoston CollegeBowling GreenBuffaloBYUCaliforniaCentral MichiganCharlotteCincinnatiClemsonCoastal CarolinaColoradoColorado StateDukeEast CarolinaEastern MichiganFloridaFlorida AtlanticFlorida IntlFlorida StateFresno StateGeorgiaGeorgia SouthernGeorgia StateGeorgia TechHawai’iHoustonIllinoisIndianaIowaIowa StateKansasKansas StateKent StateKentuckyLibertyLouisianaLouisiana TechLouisvilleLSUMarshallMarylandMemphisMiamiMiami (OH)MichiganMichigan StateMiddle TennesseeMinnesotaMississippi StateMissouriNavyNC StateNebraskaNevadaNew MexicoNew Mexico StateNorth CarolinaNorth TexasNorthern IllinoisNorthwesternNotre DameOhioOhio StateOklahomaOklahoma StateOld DominionOle MissOregonOregon StatePenn StatePittsburghPurdueRiceRutgersSan Diego StateSan Jose StateSMUSouth AlabamaSouth CarolinaSouth FloridaSouthern MississippiStanfordSyracuseTCUTempleTennesseeTexasTexas A&MTexas StateTexas TechToledoTroyTulaneTulsaUABUCFUCLAUConnUL MonroeUMassUNLVUSCUtahUtah StateUTEPUTSAVanderbiltVirginiaVirginia TechWake ForestWashingtonWashington StateWest VirginiaWestern KentuckyWestern MichiganWisconsinWyoming Year: 20182017201620152014201320122011201020092008200720062005200420032002  Add to Calendar   Schedule FPI 2018 UNLV REBELS SCHEDULE DATE OPPONENT RESULT/TIME RECORD/TICKETS Sat,…

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Las Vegas High School Football Rankings

  Even if things were shuffled around here and there, the power rankings for this week won’t seem too unfamiliar if you’ve been following along. Don’t let that fool you into thinking nothing interesting happened, though. We’ll tackle that and more in this week’s report. Can’t Touch This Virgin Valley’s 33 – 18 win over Democracy Prep Agassi Campus last week had a lot to do with the leadership of junior Wyatt Delano. Delano earned three touchdowns and 337 yards rushing the ball. That performance landed Delano among the top…

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Man, 25, fatally shot in western Las Vegas apartment complex

Las Vegas police are investigating a fatal shooting on the 8500 block of West Sahara Avenue, near South Durango Drive, on January 31, 2018. (Mike Shoro/Las Vegas Review-Journal) A 25-year-old man was fatally shot during an attempted drug deal Wednesday night at a west valley apartment complex, Las Vegas police said. Metropolitan Police Department homicide Lt. Dan McGrath said the man was shot about 6:10 p.m. at The Enclaves, 8455 W. Sahara Ave., near South Durango Drive. The man arrived at the complex with a friend, who waited in the…

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Documents Reveal Second Person Of Interest In Las Vegas Shooting

An October vigil is held one week after the mass shooting in Las Vegas. Newly unsealed documents reveal details of the early stage of the investigation. Drew Angerer/Getty Images This week, when a district court in Las Vegas unsealed nearly 300 pages of police affidavits, the name of a second person of interest in the mass shooting that left 58 people dead was blacked out. But because of an error, the documents released to The Las Vegas Review-Journalincluded name of an Arizona man named Douglas Haig, according to the newspaper. And…

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West Las Vegas

History In the 1920s no segregation laws on the books barred black citizens from participating in community life, but with legalization of gambling (1931), repeal of prohibition(1933) and completion of the Boulder Dam (1935) and with tourism on the rise, casino owners began restricting their patrons to whites only. Blacks were allowed to entertain or work in casinos, but they were not allowed to attend shows, live in the casino district, or obtain or renew business licenses.[4] In response to the segregation, blacks in effect created their own Las Vegas that offered everything the real…

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Black History in Nevada

We honor African-Americans, past and present, who have shaped our state. BY MATTHEW B. BROWN | JANUARY/FEBRUARY 2014 Photo: Special Collections, University Libraries, University of Nevada, Las Vegas On Monday, January 20, we celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day in Nevada and the rest of the country. King is the recognizable face and symbol of the mid-1900s civil-rights movement, even making a trip to Las Vegas in 1964 in support of his friend and local activist Bob Bailey. In fact, Vegas was so segregated a half a century ago that it…

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North Las Vegas, NV

Highlights Percentage of African American residents: 20.1% African American households make $17,679 less than white households Percentage of African American homeowners: 39% Percentage of New African American residents: 7% Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedInShare 3. North Las Vegas, NV Population: 226,860 Back in the 1930s, when the Las Vegas strip of casinos and hotels were being built, African Americans were allowed to work in these establishments but were barred from gambling or attending the shows. In response, they built their own hotels and casinos west of town – most notably the Moulin Rouge Hotel, which became the first…

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African Americans in Las Vegas

Over the course of the twentieth century, economic opportunities encouraged black migration to the Las Vegas area, but racial discrimination curtailed aspirations for decent employment. Partnership in a ranch attracted John Howell, the first black man known to own property in Southern Nevada; however the railroad, gaming, and federal projects drew most African Americans to Las Vegas. By 1910, out of the 945 residents of Las Vegas, forty were black. By mid-century, racism in Las Vegas was so onerous that it had achieved national prominence, causing Nevada to be branded as the…

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