Residents of the Silver State will again get a chance to help decide the next leader of the United States this February, as Nevada again hosts early nominating contests for Democratic and Republican presidential candidates.
Unlike 2020, Democrats are moving away from a caucus and will hold a presidential primary election on Feb. 6. Nevada Republicans will hold a caucus to allocate their delegates on Feb. 8. But because of a new state law, Nevada will also hold a presidential primary election for Republican presidential candidates on Feb. 6 — two days before the caucus, and with results not binding to how the party allocates delegates.
Confused? The Nevada Independent is here to help with the first iteration of our 2024 Election Guide.
Click on any of the three boxes below to learn more about the races and candidates running for president.
- Early voting runs from January 27, 2024, through February 2, 2024.
- The Democratic and Republican presidential primaries are February 6, 2024.
- Republican presidential caucus is February 8, 2024.
- The primary election is June 11, 2024.
- The general election is November 5, 2024.
This page will be updated with more statewide and local election information as the election season progresses. Keep checking back for new features and updated guides.If you see any mistakes or missing candidates, please email [email protected] or [email protected].
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