Ex-Assemblywoman Still On The Ballot For Vegas City Council
LAS VEGAS (AP) — Ex-state Assemblywoman Michele Fiore is moving forward in her bid for an open Las Vegas city council seat.
The outspoken conservative and gun-rights defender will join Kelli Ross on the June 13 general election ballot for the Ward 6 seat in the northwest part of Las Vegas.
Both women were the top vote-getters in Tuesday's municipal primary election.
Unofficial results from Clark County elections officials showing Fiore took 46 percent and Ross about 31 percent of the votes.
Two mayor races also appear to have winners, as both had candidates hit the 50 percent threshold to avoid a runoff.
Incumbent John Lee got 80 percent of the votes in North Las Vegas.
Henderson City Councilwoman Debra March got 55 percent of the votes.