NEVADA 4 Electoral Votes
Population 
(Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Nevada Secretary of State)
Total Population, April 1, 2000 1,998,257
Voting Age Population, Nov. 2000 1,390,000  % change from '96  +15.9*
Total Enrollment, Nov. 1, 2000   878,970
Rep. 366,431 (41.7%)   Dem. 365,593 (41.6%)   Non-partisan 122,339 (14.0%)   Other parties 24,607 (2.8%)
Nevada has: 17 counties.
Two largest counties: Clark (1,162,129), Washoe (313,660).
Three largest cities: Las Vegas, Reno, Henderson.
* Fastest growth in voting age population of any state between Nov. 1996 and Nov. 2000.

Government
Governor: Kenny Guinn (R) elected Nov. 1998.
State Legislature: Nevada State Legislature   House: 27D, 14R, 1v  Senate: 9D, 12R
Local: Cities   NACO Counties
U.S. House: 1R,1D - 1. S.Berkley (D) | 2. J.Gibbons (R)
U.S. Senate: Richard Bryan (D) not seeking reelection in 2000, Harry Reid (D) re-elected 1998.
Changes as of the November 2000 Elections
State Legislature: All 42 House seats and 10 of 21 Senate seats were up -- House 27D, 15R  Senate: 9D, 12R.
U.S. House: Both members re-elected.
U.S. Senate: Republicans gained a seat as John Ensign (R) defeated Ed Bernstein by 55%-40% (plurality of 92,427 votes of 600,250 cast).

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General Election -- Tuesday, November 7, 2000
Past Results
1996
Clinton (Dem.)...........203,974 (43.93)
Dole (Rep.)................199,244 (42.91)
Perot (Ref.).................43,986
 (9.47)
None of these...............5,608
(1.21)
Nader (Grn.).................4,730
(1.02)
Others (3)......................6,737 
(1.45)
Total........464,279

1992
Clinton (Dem.)...........189,148 (37.36)
Bush (Rep.)...............175,828 (34.73)
Perot (Ind.)................132,580
 (26.18)
Others (5).....................6,225
(1.23)
None of these...............2,537
(0.50)
Total........506,318

Results
2000
Browne/Olivier (Lib.)
3,311
(0.54)
Buchanan/Foster (Cit.First)
4,747
(0.77)
+Bush/Cheney (Rep.)
301,575
(49.52)
Gore/Lieberman (Dem.)
279,978
(45.97)
Hagelin/Goldhaber (NLP)
415
(0.07)
Nader/LaDuke (Grn.)
15,008
(2.46)
Phillips/Frazier (IAP)
621
(0.10)
"None of these candidates"
3,315
(0.54)
Total........608,970

Total turnout was 613,360.  Early voting by personal appearance ran from Oct. 21-Nov. 3, 2000 (the third Saturday before Election Day to the Friday before Election Day).  206,013 people voted by early voting (33.8% of total).  In addition, there were about 113,000 absentee ballot requests, which have historically had a return rate of about 60%.

Overview
Bush won Nevada with a plurality of 21,597 votes (3.55 percentage points).  He carried 16 of 17 counties; Gore carried only Clark County (Las Vegas).  Clark County accounted for 62.7% of the votes cast in the presidential race (382,198 votes), and Gore won there with a plurality of 25,168 votes.  John Ensign's strong showing in the U.S. Senate race may have helped boost Bush.  Also in Bush's advantage were the facts that Nevada is a Western state, and that Gov. Guinn's time in office helped prepare the ground by taking away some traditional Democratic issues.  One major issue for both sides in Nevada was the proposal for interim storage of high-level nuclear waste at Yucca Mountain; Gore and Bush took positions against this, while saying they would rely on science for a decision about permanent storage.
General Election Activities

Primary Election: Sept. 5, 2000.
Precinct Meetings in March 2000
Republicans
Precinct meetings   March 21, 2000 
County conventions   April 20, 2000 
State convention    May 25-27, 2000

Total Delegates 
17of 2,066 (0.8%).
Democrats
Precinct meetings March 12, 2000 
County conventions   April 15, 2000 
State convention    May 19-21, 2000

Total Pledged Delegates 20 of 3,537 (0.6%).
Total Delegates 30 of 4,335 (0.7%).

Copyright 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001  Eric M. Appleman/Democracy in Action.
 
 
 

Recent Electoral History (General Elections)
1998 U.S. Senate Harry Reid (D) 208,650 47.88
(recount results) John Ensign (R) 208,222 47.78
Others (None,L,NL) 18,918 4.34
Total 435,790
1998 Governor Kenny Guinn (R) 223,798 51.54
Jan Jones (D) 182,239 41.97
Others 27,408 6.49
Total 433,444
1996 U.S. President  Bill Clinton (D) 203,974     43.93
Bob Dole (R) 199,244 42.91
Ross Perot (REF) 43,986 9.47
Total 464,279
1994 U.S. Senate Richard Bryan (D) 193,804 50.9
Hal Furman (R) 156,020 41.0
Others 30,706  8.1
Total 380,530
1994 Governor Bob Miller (D) 200,026 52.7
Jim Gibbons (R) 156,875 41.3
Others  22,775 6.0
Total 379,676
1992 U.S. President Bill Clinton (D) 189,148 37.36
George Bush (R) 175,828 34.73
Ross Perot  (I) 132,580 26.18
Total 506,318
1992 U.S. Senate Harry Reid (D) 253,150 51.05
Demar Dahl (R) 199,413       40.21
Others 43,324 8.74
Total 495,887

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