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1991 Las Vegas mayoral election

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1991 Las Vegas mayoral election

← 1987 April 2, 1991 1995 →
Candidate Jan Laverty Jones Steve Miller Monterey Brookman
Party Nonpartisan Nonpartisan Nonpartisan
Popular vote 21,761 11,379 6,084
Percentage 52.06% 27.22% 14.55%

Mayor before election

Ron Lurie

Elected Mayor

Jan Laverty Jones

The 1991 Las Vegas mayoral election took place on April 2, 1991 to elect the mayor of Las Vegas, Nevada. The election was held concurrently with various other local elections, and was officially nonpartisan. It saw the election of Jan Laverty Jones. With Jones winning a majority in the initial round of the election, no runoff was needed.

Jones' election as mayor made her the first woman ever to serve in any capacity on the Las Vegas City Council.[1]

Jones was seen as having won, in part, due to strong support from female voters and strong support from trade unions.[1]


Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Jan Laverty Jones 21,761 52.06
Nonpartisan Steve Miller 11,379 27.22
Nonpartisan Monterey Brookman 6,084 14.55
Nonpartisan John M. Bonaventura 888 2.12
Nonpartisan Leonard V. Millman 443 1.06
Nonpartisan Alfred Gomez 273 0.65
Nonpartisan John 3:16 Cook 229 0.55
Nonpartisan Joseph Michael Kadans 174 0.42
Nonpartisan Charles E. "Doc" Broadus 132 0.32
Nonpartisan Thomas M. Dudas 127 0.30
Nonpartisan Ray Foster 105 0.25
Nonpartisan William P. Steffel 121 0.29
Nonpartisan Robert W. House 85 0.20
Total votes 41,801


  1. ^ a b Neff, Erin (8 June 1999). "Jones leaves legacy - Las Vegas Sun Newspaper". Las Vegas Sun. Retrieved 28 April 2020. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  2. ^ "Election History". Clark County, Nevada. Retrieved 24 October 2019. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
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