On June 12, 2018, the people of Nevada will be voting in the primaries. Polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
In Clark County alone, there are 172 voting locations. There are 15 places to vote in Las Vegas.
There have been some reports of equipment problems early in the day at some polling centers.
People at the Trails Community Center in Summerlin said they had some computer problems after opening for voting. In some instances, after signing in, the voter’s personal information would show up on the tablet of another voter.
An anonymous voter called to the Las Vegas Review-Journal stated that his ballot already had candidates checked when it appeared on the computer screen. This incident occurred at the Grant Sawyer State Office Building in Las Vegas. A volunteer told him to uncheck the candidates and they select his preferred names.
More than 178,000 Nevadans turned out to cast ballots during early voting.
By Jeanette Smith
Las Vegas Reaview-Journal: Voting underway in Nevada primary election