City of Las Vegas to hold special election to fill vacant Ward 2 seat

(Steve Seroka/Twitter)

LAS VEGAS (FOX5) — A special election will be held in June to fill Las Vegas’ vacant Ward 2 city council seat.

The Las Vegas City Council voted unanimously Wednesday to hold the special election June 11, which will coincide with the city’s general election, according to a release from the city.

The person elected will complete the term of Steven D. Seroka, who resigned, the release said. The law requires the council to either call a special election or make an appointment within 30 days of the seat being vacated.

Filing for the election will be from 8 a.m. March 25 to close of business March 28 in the city clerk’s office, according to the release.

Early voting is scheduled for May 25 through June 7. The new Ward 2 representative will be sworn in at the July 3 council meeting, the release said.

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