Friday, Jan. 25, 2013 | 1:41 p.m.
After 14 years on the job and overseeing more than a dozen elections, the head of Clark County’s Election Department is retiring, according to a county official.
No exact date has been set for Registrar of Voters Larry Lomax to leave office, but it would be no later than this summer, Clark County spokesman Erik Pappa said in an email.
Lomax joined the county government in January 1998 as the assistant registrar of voters before being promoted to registrar of voters in March 1999.
As head of the elections department, Lomax oversaw voter registration and election operations across the county.
The county is advertising for Lomax’s replacement on the job openings page on its website.
The position carries a salary range of $104,208 to $161,553 and requires six years of management experience in voter registration and election operations.