9:26 p.m.: Crowell, Walt win, V&T loses | NevadaAppeal.com

9:26 p.m.: Crowell, Walt win, V&T loses

Amy Lisenbe/Nevada Appeal

9:12 All Carson City votes have been counted. Bob Crowell is mayor, and Molly Walt upset Richard Staub for supervisor.

The V&T ballot question was soundly defeated, along with the Public Safety ballot question.

Look below for complete results.

8:42 Votes from the Fuji Park polling race have been added to the results.

8:11 p.m. Results of absentee votes have been tallied and added to early votes. Look below for results.

8:05 p.m.: Capitol Bureau reporter Geoff Dornan reported that after running the results for early voting, that “something went haywire” and the rest of the results may be delayed for a while. We will post updates as they come in.

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6:41 p.m.: Carson City Clerk Recorder Alan Glover said early voting and absentee votes will be tallied by 7 p.m.

“But I don’t think we can call these races from early voting like we usually can,” he said.

More than 14,000 of the city’s 26,000 registered voters took advantage of this year’s early voting.

Today, by 4 p.m. about 2,000 voters had made their way to the community center’s gymnasium to cast their ballots in the presidential election, several state elections and city elections, including mayor and district court judge.

Bob Crowell: 57.85%

Ken Haskins: 42.15%

Shelly Aldean: 54.2%

Dennis E. Johnson: 45.8%

Richard S. Staub: 44.23%

Molly Walt: 55.77%

Question No. CC1 asks voters to raise the sales tax to support the V&T Railway project

Yes: 38.89%

No: 61.11%

Question No. CC2 asks voters to raise property taxes for additional fire and sheriff’s staff

Yes: 30.8%

No: 69.2%

Noel Waters: 48.26%

Jim Wilson: 51.74%

Kim Donner: 49.94%

Steven Reynolds: 50.06%

Edward Skudlarek: 36.97%

Joanna Favaro Wilson: 63.03%

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