Six months into the coronavirus pandemic, Nevada’s unemployment system remains a train wreck.
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 North Las Vegas Justice Court, Department 3, Judge Chris Lee is running against Belinda Harris, a Clark County public defender who describes herself as “bold, tough and honest.”
In Las Vegas Justice Court, Department 12, Judge Diana Sullivan faces a challenge from Shanon Clowers-Sanborn, a chief deputy district attorney for Clark County.
In Department W, Adriana Rincon White faces Stacy Rocheleau for a new seat.
In Department G, Benjamin Childs is challenging Judge Rhonda Forsberg, who was appointed in 2019.
Senate virus package shot down by filibuster.
The Clark County School District isn’t exactly forthcoming with data related to student attendance. The few bits and pieces it has released paint a terrifying picture.
Culinary Local 226 seems to think listening to workers is a one-way straight street.
Judge Joanna Kishner is running to keep her seat against Gary W. Call, a personal injury attorney, in Department 31, which handles civil matters.
In Department 32, Judge Rob Bare faces a challenge from Christy Craig, who has been a Clark County public defender for 20 years and says her judicial philosophy would be “efficiency, timeliness and punctuality.”
In Department 17, Judge Michael Villani faces challenger Anna Albertson, a personal injury lawyer and former truancy court judge.