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State Senate District 4

Under a new state law, the winner of the Democratic primary will advance unopposed to the general, leaving almost 39 percent of the district’s voters with no real choice in November.

Assembly District 23

Clark County Republican Party Treasurer Swadeep Nigam will take on another incumbent in June 14’s Republican primary, challenging four-term Assemblywoman Melissa Woodbury in Assembly District 23.

Assembly District 22

Luis Aguirre-Insua and Mark W. Isquith face each other for the Democratic spot on the Assembly District 22 ballot while Republicans Richard Bunce and Keith Pickard seek victory in their party’s primary election.

Assembly District 21

Ben Nakhaima, Vinny Spotleson, Blain K. Jones, Ozzie Fumo and Derek Armstrong are running for Assembly District 21.

Assembly District 20

Fourth-generation Nevadan and lifelong resident of Assembly District 20, Darren Welsh, is campaigning in the district’s Democratic primary on a different plank against incumbent Ellen Spiegel, who seeks a third term representing the district.

Assembly District 19

Assembly District 19 Republican candidates Chris Edwards and Connie Foust both hold conservative views when it comes to raising state revenue through taxation.

Assembly District 18

The Assembly District 18 incumbent is eyeing a fourth term in a district where Democrats hold a 2-1 advantage.

Assembly District 10

Democrats outnumber Republicans 2-to-1 in Assembly District 10, but in 2014 the seat went to Republican Shelly Shelton when she successfully challenged the Democratic candidate’s residency. Shelton is up for re-election this year.

Assembly District 9

Assemblyman David Gardner is proud of his efforts during his freshman year in the 2015 Nevada Legislature.

Assembly District 6

Whoever wins the crowded Democratic primary race for an open seat in Assembly District 6 will be in a prime position to win in November.

Assembly District 5

One hot topic precedes any others in the race for Assembly District 5: reforming Nevada’s education system. All five first-time candidates said they want to see more accountability and transparency in the funding of education.