Election 06: Carson City final results | NevadaAppeal.com

Election 06: Carson City final results

Cathleen Allison/Nevada AppealCarson City voters cast their ballots at the Community Center on Tuesday. The Secretary of State's office reported Monday that more than 244,000 participated in early voting out of the 990,815 statewide registered voters.

Election 06: Carson City unofficial final results

72 percent of total registered voters

18,257 votes total, all precincts reporting

SUPERVISOR WARD 1

Robin Williamson 51 percent; 8,330

Tom Keeton 49 percent; 7,981

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SUPERVISOR WARD 3

Pete Livermore 52 percent; 8,668

Neil Weaver 48 percent; 8,036

DISTRICT ATTORNEY

Neil Rombardo 64 percent; 10,152

Mike Suglia 36 percent; 5,812

JUSTICE OF THE PEACE

Mark Krueger 30 percent; 5,039

Robey Willis 70 percent; 11,706

SCHOOL TRUSTEE, DISTRICT 3

James Hukari 43 percent; 6,671

Joe Enge 57 percent; 8,797

SCHOOL TRUSTEE, DISTRICT 4

Bob Crowell 59 percent; 9,269

Ann Bednarski 41 percent; 6,514

SCHOOL TRUSTEE, DISTRICT 6

Jeff Fontaine 48 percent; 7,454

Barbara Howe 52 percent; 8,059

CARSON CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT BOND INITIATIVE

Yes 63 percent; 11,185

No 37 percent; 6,561

There wasn’t a cloud in the sky early Tuesday afternoon as voters drove around and around the busy parking lot at the Carson City Community Center, where people living in 14 of the city’s 26 election precincts cast their ballots.

Justin Wass, 25, has been voting since he was old enough to register. The Carson City native said he had a government teacher who instilled the importance of voting while he attended high school.

“I love to come and vote. It’s my chance to give back,” Wass said. “If you don’t vote, you can’t whine about how things go.”

Negative politics is something Wass said he can’t stand. When one candidate says something bad about the other it’s “one of the biggest turnoffs.”

“Why would you want to vote for that person?” he asked.

Wass was interested in the two state smoking initiatives, Questions 4 and 5. He said he chose Question 5 because it’s tougher and that he’s concerned about smoking in public places because he’s a “soon-to-be-father.”

He works with young people at the local Boys & Girls Club, too. All of the adults there emphasize the importance of not smoking, but the task is more difficult when “all the adults” are doing it whenever they go on a field trip, he said.