A full listing of the Review-Journal editorial board’s endorsements in the 2022 election:
Control of both the Senate and House is at stake in this election, and the results of Nevada’s federal races could be the decisive factor one way or the other.
Gov. Steve Sisolak, a Democrat, is facing perhaps the most tightly contested election of his career. Polls show him virtually tied in his re-election bid against Clark County Sheriff Joe Lombardo, a Republican.
Many legislative districts are not politically competitive. But a handful of races could go either way and determine if Democrats snare a supermajority or the GOP becomes relevant in the 2023 session.
Nevadans have the opportunity to weigh in on three constitutional amendments in November.
In addition to governor, Nevadans will make selections this November on five constitutional offices. The most high-profile is the race for attorney general.
These contests present challenges for many voters, as the campaigns are often low-profile, cordial affairs absent debates, while the candidates are all typically professional and well-educated.
Civic-minded voters should take these races seriously as the region grapples with issues such as water, growth, crime and housing.
When it comes to government dysfunction, it’s hard to top the Clark County School District and its Board of Trustees.
Voters have a chance to weigh in on the Nevada System of Higher Education by selecting who sits on the Board of Regents.
Clark County voters select the leaders of six county departments. These are partisan races, but in most cases, personal political leanings should be secondary to competency and experience.
A full list of candidates endorsed by the Las Vegas Review-Journal in the 2020 election.
Donald Trump will stand up to progressive extremism. The Review-Journal endorses the president for a second term.
The 4th Congressional District is represented by Steven Horsford, a Democrat. He is being challenged by former state GOP Assemblyman Jim Marchant and two minor party candidates.
In the 1st Congressional District, which comprises the central Las Vegas Valley, Rep. Dina Titus, a Democrat, faces a challenge from Republican Joyce Bentley and two minor party candidates