The 2024 Nevada Democratic Presidential Primary is scheduled for February 6, 2024. This primary is part of the Democratic Party’s primaries for the 2024 presidential election, where 48 delegates to the Democratic National Convention will be allocated to presidential candidates. The state’s position in the primary calendar is significant, as it is one of the early contests, scheduled to be held concurrently with New Hampshire’s primary and following the South Carolina primary on February 3​​.

Candidates: The filing deadline for candidates wishing to participate in the Nevada Democratic Presidential Primary was on October 16, 2023. The list of qualified Democratic candidates, as released by the Secretary of State of Nevada on October 20, includes:

  • Joe Biden
  • Gabriel Cornejo
  • Superpayaseria Crystalroc
  • Brent Foutz
  • John Haywood
  • Stephen Alan Leon
  • Frankie Lozada
  • Stephen Lyons
  • Jason Michael Palmer
  • Armando Perez-Serrato
  • Donald Picard
  • Mark R. Prascak
  • Marianne Williamson

There were also candidates who failed to make the ballot, including Dean Phillips (missed filing deadline) and Cenk Uygur (ruled ineligible due to not being a natural-born citizen)​​.

Voting Procedures: The specific details about the voting procedures, including the methods of voting (such as in-person, mail-in ballots, or early voting), locations of polling stations, and voter registration guidelines are typically provided by the state’s election officials closer to the election date. It is important for voters to check the official Nevada state election website or local election authorities for the most current information regarding voting procedures.

Additional Information: For more detailed and updated information regarding the Nevada Democratic Presidential Primary, voters are encouraged to refer to official state election resources or the Democratic National Committee’s guidelines closer to the election date.

As the primary date approaches, additional information about the candidates, their platforms, and campaign events are likely to be more widely available, providing voters with ample opportunity to make an informed choice.