Most campaign trail promises are lies, because most politicians — acting on their own — simply can’t accomplish the things they say they’ll do.
Seven of Nevada’s 17 rural counties are exploring to returning to the days of hand-counted paper ballots because of fears of election fraud stemming from the 2020 election.
Two-term incumbent Councilman Issac Barron is facing Lance Eliason, the son of his predecessor, in the June 14 primary for North Las Vegas City Council.
Former Attorney General Adam Laxalt is vying with surprisingly strong challenger Sam Brown for the right to challenge incumbent Catherine Cortez Masto in November.
Rep. Dina Titus faces a Democratic primary in the 1st Congressional District, with eight Republicans vying for the chance to challenge her in November.
Incumbent Rep. Susie Lee faces a Democratic challenger, and five Republicans have lined up for the chance to challenge her in November.
Assemblywoman Annie Black, Air Force veteran Sam Peters and Las Vegas City Council aide Chance Bonaventura are running to unseat Rep. Steven Horsford.
Fifteen Republicans are fighting in the June primary for the chance to unseat incumbent Gov. Steve Sisolak in November.
A Democratic gubernatorial appointee faces a well-known mayor, and several familiar names dot the Republican side in the race for Nevada’s lieutenant governor.
Seven Republicans are running to replace term-limited Secretary of State Barbara Cegavske
Former Undersheriff Kevin McMahill, former Assistant Sheriff Tom Roberts and former Sgt. Stan Hyt all want to pin on the sheriff’s badge come November.
Controversial Las Vegas Councilwoman Michele Fiore is battling businessman Manny Kess for the right to challenge incumbent Treasurer Zach Conine in November.
Former Assemblywoman Ellen Spiegel will face political newcomer Michael Costa in the Democratic primary for state controller.
Three Republicans are fighting for the chance to challenge Assemblyman Edgar Flores to become the next senator in District 2.
GOP candidates for the competitive Senate District 8 want to break up the Clark County School District and repeal the commerce tax.