The ballot for Election 2020 in Nevada is the largest ever. Here are some of the races that are receiving the most attention.
US. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES DISTRICT 4: Horsford vs. Marchant
In the race for U.S. House of Representatives District 4, comprised of much of northern Las Vegas through central Nevada, Republican challenger Jim Marchant is hoping to unseat Democratic incumbent Steven Horsford. READ FULL STORY.
U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES DISTRICT 3: Susie Lee vs. Dan "Big Dan" Rodimer
In a highly contentious race for Congressional District 3 encompassing the southern tip of Nevada, Republican businessman and former pro-wrestler Dan "Big Dan" Rodimer has challenged incumbent Democrat Susie Lee for her seat in the U.S. House of Representatives. READ FULL STORY.
CLARK COUNTY COMMISSION DISTRICT A: Michael Naft vs. Michael Thomas
The race for Clark County Commission District A pits two candidates against one another who've never won an election before.
Republican Michael Thomas served 27 years as a police officer in Los Angeles and Las Vegas and Democratic incumbent Michael Naft was a government insider before Gov. Steve Sisolak appointed Naft to fill the seat he vacated on the county commission when he was elected to the state office in 2018. READ FULL STORY.
CLARK COUNTY COMMISSION DISTRICT C: Stavris Anthony vs. Ross Miller
Clark County Commissioner Larry Brown has termed out of his seat in District C leaving the position open for two newcomers, Stavros Anthony and Ross Miller, to race for the powerful position without facing an incumbent opponent. READ FULL STORY.