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Scenes from General Election day in Pahrump

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A man dressed as a Revolutionary War-era militia man near the polling place at Bob Ruud Community Center encourages voters to note “no” on State Ballot Question 1 which would expand background checks for certain firearms purchases and exchanges.

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Nye County Commission candidate John Koenig, left, at his campaign tent outside the Bob Ruud Community Center on Tuesday. The GOP candidate for District II has the only contested commission race in the General Election.

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Voters cast their ballots during a busy General Election morning on Tuesday at Bob Ruud Community Center. Ten of Pahrump’s 19 precincts vote at Ruud, with the remainder voting at the old Pahrump Valley High.

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Nye County Clerk Sandra “Sam” Merlino helps a potential voter during Tuesday’s General Election at the Bob Ruud Community Center.

A large campaign sign outside the Bob Ruud Community Center on Tuesday during the General Election.

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