Longtime Nevada lawmaker Tick Segerblom says there’s a disadvantage to being an incumbent with the “throw the bums out” mentality among voters.
Drew Johnson, a columnist and advocate with a conservative think tank, is taking on incumbent Justin Jones in District F.
U.S. Navy vet Billy Mitchell is the Republican candidate challenging incumbent Democrat Jim Gibson in District G.
Both Bob Beers and Francis Allen-Palenske served in Carson City; now they’re running against each other for a seat on the Las Vegas City Council.
Former Metropolitan Police Department homicide Lt. Ray Spencer is running against Guinn Center founder Nancy Brune for an open seat on the Las Vegas City Council.
No matter who wins — North Las Vegas Councilwoman Pamela Goynes-Brown or state Sen. Pat Spearman — North Las Vegas will elect its first Black mayor in November.
A current family court judge and a public defender who handles appellate cases are vying for a seat on Nevada’s Court of Appeals.
A civil litigation attorney, prosecutor and public defender are all vying for a seat in District Court Department 17 in the upcoming general election.
Six candidates are running for Clark County Family Court Department A in the upcoming general election.
Ex-Assemblywoman Shea Backus, who served in Assembly District 37 from 2018-2020, is trying to win back the seat this year.
Five people have filed to become the next lieutenant governor, including Republican Las Vegas Councilman Stavros Anthony and Democratic appointed incumbent Lisa Cano Burkhead.
Democrat Cisco Aguilar and Republican Jim Marchant are presenting very different visions in the race for Nevada secretary of state.
Three people, including Republican firebrand Las Vegas Councilwoman Michele Fiore, are challenging incumbent Democratic state Treasurer Zach Conine for re-election.
Former Assemblywoman Ellen Spiegel and current Assemblyman Andy Matthews are running for state controller, along with Libertarian Jed Profeta.