Nevada voters will be asked to decide on five ballot questions on the November ballot, including those affecting gay marriage and renewable energy.
Republican Andy Matthews is challenging Democratic incumbent Assemblywoman Shea Backus in the very competitive Assembly District 37.
Republican Heidi Kasama and Democrat Radhika Kunnel emerged from crowded primaries to fight to represent Assembly District 2.
Neither candidate for Assembly District 21 — Democrat Elaine Marzola and Republican Cherlyn Arrington — would say where budget cuts should be made if they’re needed in 2021.
Incumbent Democratic Assemblywoman Brittney Miller is facing off against Republican challenger Mack Miller, who is not related, in Assembly District 5.
Incumbent Democratic Assemblyman Alexander Assefa is facing two minor party candidates in his bid to retain his Assembly District 42 seat.
Democratic Assemblywoman Sandra Jauregui is facing Republican Erika Smith and Independent American Party member Victoria DaCosta in Nevada Assembly District 41.
Incumbent Judge Joanna Kishner is running against Las Vegas attorney Gary Call to keep her seat on the Clark County District Court Department 31 bench.
Democratic Assemblyman Steve Yeager is seeking re-election against a first-time Assembly candidate, Republican Barbara Altman.
Two women — Democrat Shondra Summers-Armstrong and Republican Katie Duncan — are seeking to replace Assemblyman William McCurdy II in Assembly District 6.
Democrat Jason Frierson, speaker of the Nevada Assembly, is facing Republican challenger Eddie Facey in his bid for re-election in District 8.
Democrat Cameron “C.H.” Miller will face Republican Anthony “Tony” Palmer in the race for Assembly District 7. Both candidates are in their first run for office.
Two-time Democratic Assemblywoman Shannon Bilbray-Axelrod is facing off against Republican candidate Jay Carlson in Assembly District 34.