Republican Heidi Kasama faces Democrat Radhika Kunnel in a bid to replace incumbent Republican John Hambrick, who is term-limited. Garrett LeDuff is also on the ballot as an independent.
In Senate District 18, in the northwest, Republican incumbent Scott Hammond faces Democrat Liz Becker.
Senate District 6, in the northwest, features incumbent Democrat Nicole Cannizzaro, the majority leader, against Republican April Becker.
Republican Carrie Buck is running against Democrat Kristee Watson for a Henderson-area seat currently held by Democrat Joyce Woodhouse, who is term-limited. Tim Hagan, a Libertarian, is also in this race.
In Assembly District 37, incumbent Democrat Shea Backus faces challenger Andy Matthews, a Republican.
Squaring off for Clark County School District Board of Trustees, District C, are Tameka Henry and Evelyn Garcia Morales.
The two candidates running for State Board of Education, District 1, are Tim Hughes, who works for an education non-profit, and Angelo Casino, a middle school teacher at a local charter school.
Running for Board of Regents, District 5, are former Nevada State Board of Education member Patrick Boylan and Dr. Nick “Doc” Spirtos, medical director at Women’s Cancer Center of Nevada.
The race for Board of Regents, District 3, is between business owner Byron Brooks and Swadeep Nigam, who has a background in public-sector finance.
For the Board of Regents, District 2, long-time elected official Lois Tarkanian is squaring off against local attorney Bret Whipple.
Incumbent Mark Newburn seeks re-election to the State Board of Education, District 4. Former Clark County School Board Trustee Rene Cantu also seeks the seat.
Joe Biden needs to win Pennsylvania, so he’s changed his position on fracking.
Department D, District Court Judge Douglas Herndon and Assemblyman Ozzie Fumo advanced to the November general election.
One seat on the Nevada Court of Appeals is in play with Judge Bonnie Bulla facing a challenge from Las Vegas attorney Susan Bush.
Good intentions aren’t enough to make good public policy. Independent contractors in California learned that the hard way.