Clark County

Blue outline of the State of Nevada with a red outline showing Clark county.
  • Population: 2,400,000
  • Registered voters: 1,340,000
  • Local election authority: County Registrar (appointed)
  • Full-time election staff: 39
  • Clark County Election Website

Clark County is a county located in the southern part of Nevada, in the Mohave Desert. It is the most populous county in the state and its county seat, the city of Las Vegas, is the largest city in Nevada.

The economy of Clark County is driven by the tourism and hospitality industry, with Las Vegas being a major global destination for entertainment, gaming, conventions, and tourism. Other important industries in the county include healthcare, construction, and technology.

Clark County is home to numerous world-famous tourist attractions, including the Las Vegas Strip, which is known for its iconic resorts, hotels, and casinos. Other notable attractions in the county include Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, Hoover Dam, Lake Mead National Recreation Area, and the Valley of Fire State Park.

Overall, Clark County is a diverse and dynamic region known for its vibrant entertainment industry, iconic landmarks, and unique desert landscapes. It is a popular destination for tourists, retirees, and those seeking economic opportunities, and it continues to grow and evolve as a major urban center in the southwestern United States.