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NV Dems Statement on Clark County Municipal Races

Las Vegas, NV – Nevada State Democratic Party Chair William McCurdy II issued the following statement on the results of the Clark County primary elections:

“Last night’s results brought great news for Democrats in Clark County. I’m thrilled that we have a new Democratic mayor in Henderson. Debra March has been an outstanding public servant on the City Council, and I’m confident she will continue her tireless work to preserve and enhance Henderson’s quality of life. In North Las Vegas, I know Mayor John Lee will keep up the fight to boost economic development and bring good-paying jobs to his community.

“In Boulder City’s City Council races, the top two vote-getters were both Democrats. On the Las Vegas City Council, Republican Bob Beers is facing his first real fight and failed to win re-election outright last night. Enthusiastic Trump supporter Michele Fiore was also forced into a runoff, and Fiore’s record as a far-right, Bundy-defending ally of the gun lobby will sink her campaign. Col. Steve Seroka’s impressive experience over 30 years in the U.S. Air Force and Kelli Ross’s small business background and track record of community service would be welcome additions to the City Council. Thank you to all the Democrats who stepped up to run in these important local races, and we look forward to more Democratic victories in Clark County in June.”

Democratic success in Clark County municipal races:

Boulder City City Council: Warren Harhay and Kiernan McManus (advancing to runoff)

Henderson Mayor: Debra March (elected)

Las Vegas City Council Ward 2: Steve Seroka (advances to runoff) 

Las Vegas City Council Ward 6: Kelli Ross (advances to runoff)

North Las Vegas Mayor: John Lee (re-elected)

North Las Vegas City Council Ward 1: Isaac Barron (re-elected)

North Las Vegas City Council Ward 3: Anita Wood (advances to runoff)