Election 2010

Tuesday is Election Day, and the stakes are huge. Harry Reid, the unpopular Senate majority leader, is on the brink of forced retirement. The course of the 2011 Legislature — and the state’s bleeding budget — will be set. A pair of ballot questions could remake the judiciary.

The Review-Journal offers the following endorsements:

U.S. SENATE

Sharron Angle (Rep)

U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

1st Congressional District, Shelley Berkley (Dem)

2nd Congressional District, Dean Heller (Rep)

3rd Congressional District, Joe Heck (Rep)

GOVERNOR

Brian Sandoval (Rep)

STATE OFFICES

Attorney general, no endorsement

Controller, Kim Wallin (Dem)

Lieutenant governor, Brian Krolicki (Rep)

Secretary of state, Ross Miller (Dem)

Treasurer, Kate Marshall (Dem)

NEVADA SENATE

District 5, Michael Roberson (Rep)

District 7, Tony Wright (Rep)

District 8, Barbara Cegavske (Rep)

District 9, Benny Yerushalmi (Dem)

District 10, Henry Tyler (Rep)

District 12, Joe Hardy (Rep)

NEVADA ASSEMBLY

District 1, Mark Trudeau (Rep)

District 2, John Hambrick (Rep)

District 3, Eric Morelli (Rep)

District 4, Richard McArthur (Rep)

District 5, Tim Williams (Rep)

District 6, Harvey Munford (Dem)

District 7, Dina Neal (Dem)

District 8, Jason Frierson (Dem)

District 9, Lois Basichis (Rep)

District 10, Tyler Andrews (Rep)

District 11, No endorsement

District 12, James Ohrenschall (Dem)

District 13, Scott Hammond (Rep)

District 14, No endorsement

District 15, Elliot Anderson (Dem)

District 16, Bob Irwin (Rep)

District 17, Kenneth King (Rep)

District 18, Ken Walther (Rep)

District 19, Steven Brooks (Dem)

District 20, Cresent Hardy (Rep)

District 21, Mark Sherwood (Rep)

District 22, Lynn Stewart (Rep)

District 23, Melissa Woodbury (Rep)

District 28, Lucy Flores (Dem)

District 29, Dan Hill (Rep)

District 34, Richard Deeds (Rep)

District 37, Marcus Conklin (Dem)

District 41, Jan Porter (Rep)

District 42, Kathryn Njus (Rep)

CLARK COUNTY COMMISSION

District E, Chris Giunchigliani (Dem)

District F, Susan Brager (Dem)

District G, Douglas Bell (Rep)

CLARK COUNTY OFFICES

Assessor, Michele Shafe (Dem)

Clerk, Diana Alba (Dem)

District attorney, David Roger (Rep)

Public administrator, John Cahill (Dem)

Recorder, Debbie Conway (Dem)

Sheriff, Doug Gillespie (nonpartisan)

Treasurer, Laura Fitzpatrick (Dem)

CLARK COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD (nonpartisan)

District D, Lorraine Alderman

District F, Carolyn Edwards

District G, Erin Cranor

STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION (nonpartisan)

District 2, Jose Solorio

District 5, Steven Corbett

BOARD OF REGENTS (nonpartisan)

District 3, Kevin Page

District 7, Mark Doubrava

District 12, Mark Newburn

District 13, Joe Pitts

DISTRICT COURT (nonpartisan)

Dept. 26, Gloria Sturman

Dept. 27, Nancy Allf

Dept. 28, Jack Howard

Dept. 29, Susan Scann

Dept. 30, Michael Davidson

Dept. 31, Phil Dabney

Dept. 32, Rob Bare

FAMILY COURT (nonpartisan)

Dept. C, Steven Jones

Dept. F, John Eccles

Dept. S, Vincent Ochoa

Dept. T, Gayle Nathan

LAS VEGAS JUSTICE OF THE PEACE (nonpartisan)

Dept. 3, Janiece Marshall

Dept. 6, Bill Kephart

Dept. 7, Robert Kurth

Dept. 13, Suzan Baucum

Dept. 14, Bernie Zadrowski

LAS VEGAS CONSTABLE

Peter Gariano (Rep)

BALLOT QUESTIONS

Question 1 – Appoint state judges: No

Question 2 – Create appellate court: Yes

Question 3 – Internet sales tax: No

Question 4 – Repeal eminent domain amendment: No

Question 5 – Protect local government funds from state: No

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