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Several state, local races in Clark County still close

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Posted at 1:39 PM, Nov 09, 2020
and last updated 2020-11-09 16:39:39-05

LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — Several state and local races in Clark County are still very close.

As of Monday morning, Democratic Senate Majority Leader Nicole Cannizzaro is just 841 votes ahead of challenger April Becker, a Republican, in District 6.

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Additionally. Democrat Kristee Watson is 173 votes ahead of Republican Carrie Buck in Senate District 5.

A couple of races in the State Assembly are still undecided, including District 4 (Richard McArthur vs. Connie Munk) and Lesley Cohen vs. Steven Delisle (District 29).

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In the Clark County Commission District C, Ross Miller (D) now has 509 more votes than Stavros Anthony (R).

The closest Board of Regents race is between Patrick Boyland and Nick “Doc” Spirtos for District 5. Boyland is ahead by 62 votes.

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The only ballot question that is still in doubt is Question No. 1, which would remove the Nevada System of Higher Education Board of Regents from the state constitution. As of Monday morning, 50.5% (604,358) have voted NO and 49.5% (592,360) have voted yes.