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Nevada Democrats still holding the lead in other key races

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Posted at 9:17 AM, Nov 06, 2020
and last updated 2020-11-06 20:47:07-05

LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — The State of Nevada has released the latest results on its website.

In addition to the presidential race, there are several races that have received quite a bit of attention in Nevada.

Democrat Susie Lee has maintained her lead over Republican Dan “Big Dan” Rodimer for District 3 in the Nevada’s US House of Representatives.

For District 4, Steven Horsford (D) has 50% of the vote compared to 47% of the vote for Jim Marchant (R).

The race between Nicole Cannizzaro and April Becker for District 6 for the State Senate is a bit closer. Cannizzaro has 30,171 votes and Becker has 29,940 votes.

Other results from around the state include:

Republican and incumbent Mark Amodei is winning in District 2 with 56.57% of the vote against Patricia Ackerman.

Dina Neal (D) now has 75% of the vote for the State Senate’s District 4 and Dallas Harris (D) has 58.57% of the vote in District 11.

Incumbent Scott Hammond (R) is ahead in State Senate District 18 with 56.24% of the vote and Heidi Gansert (R) has 51.88% of the vote in District 15.

Brittney Miller (D) is leading in the State Assembly’s District 5 with 54.14% of the vote and Shondra Summers-Armstrong (D) has 81.01% of the vote in District 6.

Check back for updates. More results will be added as they are released.