Air Force veteran Eugene Michael Pawley III, a Republican, is challenging another Air Force veteran, one-term Democratic incumbent Clara “Claire” Thomas.
2022 voter guide
GOP activist and business owner Christine DeCorte is challenging one-term Democratic incumbent and attorney Venicia Considine in the general election race for Assembly District 18.
The Democratic incumbent will face frequent Republican candidate Stan Vaughan and newcomer Libertarian Josiah L. LaRow in the Nov. 8 general election bid.
Jon S. Petrick, a Henderson chiropractor, will go up against incumbent Elaine Marzola in the Assembly District 21 race in November.
Democrat Rick Ramos will square off against incumbent Republican Melissa Hardy in the Assembly District 22 race in November.
Two-term incumbent Assemblywoman Michelle Gorelow is facing off with two challengers, a Republican and a Libertarian.
Incumbent Democratic Assemblywoman Lesley Cohen is fighting against city of Las Vegas employee and Republican Rhonda Knightly to retain her Assembly District 29 seat.
Assemblywoman Shannon Bilbray-Axelrod is seeking her fourth term in the Assembly, facing Republican Stacy Butler, an Air Force veteran.
Assemblywoman Sandra Jauregui is seeking re-election in AD-41, facing Republican Paul Bodine and Libertarian Sean McNamara.
Appointed incumbent Assemblywoman Tracy Brown-May is trying to win her first election in Assembly District 42 over Republican challenger Edward Facey.
Heather Brown and Jeanine Dakduk are seeking a six-year term on the 13-member Nevada System of Higher Education Board of Regents.
Former elected official Susan Brager and David “Coach” Crete are seeking a six-year term in the District 7 seat on the Nevada System of Higher Education’s Board of Regents.
Las Vegas elementary school principal Michelee “Shelly” Crawford and Elko community college professor John Patrick Rice want to serve on the Nevada System of Higher Education’s Board of Regents.
John Moran, an attorney, faces off against advertising executive Stephanie Goodman for the District 13 seat on the state’s higher education board.
Charges of conflicts of interest and mudslinging have characterized the Henderson Ward 3 council race, in which the candidates mostly agree on the issues.