NORTH LAS VEGAS, Nev. -- Two candidates in a North Las Vegas City Council race will get a second shot at the seat after last week's election results were thrown out because of a voter error.
A new election is planned in the precinct where the error happened, but that presents a huge challenge with little voter interest and less than 10 percent turnout.
The results had challenger Wade Wagner beating incumbent Richard Cherchio by just one vote. But now, all that's out the window.
Everyone registered in precinct 4306 where the error happened will have a second chance at selecting their next city councilman, and the race has ignited a lot of interest.