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Elections in 2024

President of the United States

Joe Biden

Joseph Robinette "Joe" Biden, Jr., born on November 20, 1942, in Scranton, Pennsylvania, is the 46th president of the United States. He was inaugurated on January 20, 2021. Biden is running in the 2024 Democratic presidential primary, having declared his candidacy on April 25, 2023. On March 12, 2024, Biden became the presumptive Democratic nominee after reaching the estimated majority delegate threshold.

Donald Trump

Donald John Trump, born on June 14, 1946, in Queens, New York, was the 45th president of the United States, serving from January 20, 2017, to January 20, 2021. He defeated Hillary Clinton in the 2016 presidential election and was defeated by Joe Biden in 2020. Before his presidency, Trump owned the Trump Organization and hosted The Apprentice on NBC. Trump is running in the 2024 Republican presidential primary, having declared his candidacy on November 15, 2022. On March 12, 2024, Trump became the presumptive Republican nominee after reaching the majority delegate threshold.

The United States will hold a presidential election on November 5, 2024. This will be the first presidential election to be held after the reallocation of electoral college votes following the 2020 redistricting cycle.

U.S. Senate

Jacky Rosen

 She assumed office on January 3, 2019, and her current term ends on January 3, 2025. Rosen is running for re-election to the U.S. Senate to represent Nevada. She will be on the ballot in the general election on November 5, 2024, having advanced from the Democratic primary on June 11, 2024.

Sam Brown

Sam Brown is running for election to the U.S. Senate to represent Nevada. He will be on the ballot in the general election on November 5, 2024, having advanced from the Republican primary on June 11, 2024.

Voters in Nevada will elect one member to the U.S. Senate in the general election on November 5, 2024. The primary was held on June 11, 2024, and the filing deadline was March 15, 2024. This election will fill the Class I Senate seat held by Jacky Rosen (D), who first took office in 2019. The outcome of this race will affect the partisan balance of the U.S. Senate in 2025. Thirty-four of 100 seats are up for election, including one special election. Of these, Democrats hold 18 seats, Republicans hold 11, and independents hold five. As of May 2024, eight members of the U.S. Senate had announced they were not running for re-election.

U.S. House

Nevada's 1st Congressional District

Dina Titus

Alice Constandina "Dina" Titus (born May 23, 1950) is an American politician who has been serving as the United States Representative for Nevada's 1st congressional district since 2013. She previously served as the U.S. Representative for Nevada's 3rd congressional district from 2009 to 2011. Titus is a member of the Democratic Party. She served in the Nevada Senate and was its minority leader from 1993 to 2009. Before her election to Congress, Titus was a professor of political science at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV). She was the Democratic nominee for governor of Nevada in 2006

Mark Robertson

Mark Robertson was born in Orange, California. He served in the U.S. Army from 1976 to 2019. He earned a bachelor’s degree from Brigham Young University in 1984 and a graduate degree from City University of Seattle in 1997. His career experience includes working as an assistant professor of military science at UNLV, a business owner, a financial planner, and a substitute teacher in the Clark County School District

Nevada’s 1st Congressional District is one of 37 districts with either a Democratic incumbent or an open seat that the National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC) is targeting in 2024

Nevada's 2nd Congressional District

The Democratic Party primary was canceled. No candidates filed for this race.

The Democratic Party primary was canceled. No candidates filed for this race.

Mark Amodei

Amodei was born in Carson City, Nevada. He earned his B.A. from the University of Nevada, Reno, in 1980. He went on to receive his J.D. from the University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law, in 1983. Amodei served in the U.S. Army from 1984-1987

All 435 seats are up for election. Republicans hold a 218 to 213 majority with four vacancies. As of June 2024, 45 members of the U.S. House have announced they are not running for re-election

Nevada's 3rd Congressional District

Susie Lee

Suzanne Marie Lee (born November 7, 1966) is a politician from Nevada. A Democrat, she has served as the United States Representative for Nevada's 3rd congressional district since 2019. Lee was the founding director of the Inner-City Games in Las Vegas and president of Communities In Schools of Nevada.

Drew Johnson

Drew Johnson was born in Johnson City, Tennessee. He earned a high school diploma from Science Hill High School, a bachelor's degree from Belmont University in 2001, and a master's degree from Pepperdine University in 2003. His career experience includes working as a policy analyst.

All 435 seats are up for election. Republicans hold a 218 to 213 majority with four vacancies. As of June 2024, 45 members of the U.S. House have announced they are not running for re-election

Nevada's 4th Congressional District

Steven Horsford

Steven Alexzander Horsford (born April 29, 1973) is a businessman serving as the U.S. Representative for Nevada's 4th congressional district since 2019, having previously held the position from 2013 to 2015. A member of the Democratic Party, he served in the Nevada Senate, representing the 4th district in Clark County from 2005 to 2013. Horsford was the first African American to serve as Majority Leader (2009–2013) and the first African American to represent Nevada in Congress. He lost to Republican nominee Cresent Hardy in 2014. After that election, Horsford joined an international Las Vegas-based business and marketing consulting firm, R&R Partners, for which he had worked before his political career. In January 2018, he announced that he would run for the open seat vacated by Democrat Ruben Kihuen in the midterm elections. In November 2018, he defeated former U.S. Representative Cresent Hardy in a rematch of their 2014 race.

John Lee

John Jay Lee (born August 20, 1955) served as mayor of North Las Vegas. He is a former member of the Nevada Senate, representing Clark County District 1 from 2004 to 2012, and a former member of the Nevada Assembly, representing District 3 from 1996 to 2000. Due to changes in state law aligning local elections with state elections, Lee's second term was extended by a year, allowing him to run for re-election in 2022. However, he did not run for re-election and instead ran unsuccessfully for Governor of Nevada in 2022.

All 435 seats are up for election. Republicans hold a 218 to 213 majority with four vacancies. As of June 2024, 45 members of the U.S. House have announced they are not running for re-election

Clark County Commission

District A

Michael Naft

Commissioner Michael Naft was sworn into his first full four-year term on January 4, 2021. He was initially appointed by Governor Steve Sisolak on January 9, 2019. Michael is a member of the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority Board of Directors, the County’s Debt Management Commission, and the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Fiscal Affairs Committee. He is Chairman of the Big Bend Water District and the Clark County Audit Committee. During his time on the Commission, Michael has championed traffic safety for all road users and has initiated several efforts to modernize Clark County’s departments and agencies.

Ryan Hamilton

Ryan most recently worked as a recovery advocate for Vegas Stronger, a downtown Las Vegas-based non-profit. He also served as a policy analyst for the Vegas Chamber and as a political and public affairs consultant.

Incumbent Michael Naft and Ryan Hamilton are running in the general election for Clark County Commission District A on November 5, 2024.

District B

Marilyn Kirkpatrick

She  is a lifelong Southern Nevadan who grew up in the heart of the valley. Her life experiences are what motivated her to better her community and continuously give back. She is a proud product of our educational system, having graduated from Western High School, and attended the Krolack Business School and the Community College of Southern Nevada.

Jessy Welsh

(Libertarian Party) is running for election to the Clark County Commission to represent District B in Nevada. Welsh is on the ballot in the general election on November 5,

Incumbent Marilyn Kirkpatrick and Jesse Welsh are running in the general election for Clark County Commission District B on November 5, 2024.

District C

Shannon Bilbray-Axelrod

She is a member of the Nevada State Assembly, representing District 34. She assumed office on November 9, 2016. Her current term ends on November 6, 2024.

April Becker

As a top-rated business litigator, April went to work helping the underdog and providing hundreds of hours of free, pro-bono legal aid to individuals who couldn't afford counsel. Her work and dedication earned her recognition from her peers, but the results she achieved for victims is what matters the most to April.

Shannon Bilbray-Axelrod and April Becker are running in the general election for Clark County Commission District C on November 5, 2024.

District D

William McCurdy II

His first elected office was that of Student Body President at the College of Southern Nevada (CSN), a fact that is and of itself is remarkable given his story. As he himself says, “I was on my way to becoming just another statistic. High school dropout, teenage parent working to get by, trying support my sons. Things could have been very different for me had I not changed the choices I was making—and if I didn’t have the support of our community.”

David Gómez

David Gomez was born in Lancaster, California. Gomez earned a high school diploma from Rancho High School. His career experience includes working as a business owner

Incumbent William McCurdy II and David Gomez are running in the general election for Clark County Commission District D on November 5, 2024.

Henderson City Council

Ward I

James Seebock

 Councilman Seebock represents Henderson on the Southern Nevada District Board of Health. He served on the Civil Service Board (2009-2012) and Parks and Recreation Board (2012-2017). Moving to Henderson in 1986, he graduated from Basic High School. Joining the LVMPD in 1993, he retired as Assistant Sheriff in 2023 after 30 years. He held various roles, including Narcotics Detective and Deputy Chief, earning the Unit Medal of Valor and several Meritorious Medals of Service.

Jason Porter

Jason, a dedicated family man, has been married to Mona for 36 years, with four children and eight grandchildren. An entrepreneur and business owner for over 30 years, he is fluent in Spanish and Portuguese, enhancing his communication with residents. Jason authored an Amazon Best-Selling book and is a global speaker on socially responsible business. As Ward One's representative, he aims to be the voice of the community on the Henderson City Council.

Nonpartisan primary for Henderson City Council Ward I

Incumbent James Seebock won election outright against Jason Porter and Rick Whittaker in the primary for Henderson City Council Ward I on June 11, 2024.

Ward II

Dan Shaw

Councilman Shaw, part of Henderson's legislative branch, collaborates with the mayor and council members on policies for Nevada’s second largest city. Representing Henderson on boards like the Southern Nevada Regional Housing Authority and Regional Planning Coalition, he also serves on the City Audit Committee and Planning Commission. Shaw focuses on maintaining Henderson as one of the safest and best places to live in the nation.

Monica Larson

Dr. Larson, a dedicated mental health provider, specializes in treating victims of crime, including domestic violence and human trafficking. She works with governmental agencies on public safety, foster care, seniors, veterans, and the unhoused. A strong supporter of law enforcement, she served as a Volunteer in Police Services, providing witness testimony leading to convictions. Throughout her career, she has partnered with law enforcement and first responders.

Nonpartisan primary for Henderson City Council Ward II

Incumbent Dan Shaw and Monica Larson defeated Bristol Marunde in the primary for Henderson City Council Ward II on June 11, 2024

Ward IV

Dan Stewart

Dan Stewart, a fourth-generation Nevadan, has a diverse background in engineering, real estate, banking, construction, and public service. Moving to Green Valley in Henderson in 1979, he worked in the family-owned Nevada Rock & Sand Company and later ran a heavy-construction company. In 1988, he managed Industrial Construction and Bonanza Materials in Henderson. Dan’s deep roots in Nevada reflect his commitment to his state and community.

Cherlyn Arrington

Cherlyn Arrington has a background in tourism, education, law, mediation, and mental health counseling. Moving from Lake Tahoe to Henderson, she owned a corporate travel agency. She holds degrees in Criminal Justice and Elementary Education, with a paralegal certification from UNLV. Working as a teacher in Title 1 Schools in Clark County, Cherlyn advocated for students despite administrative opposition. Her diverse experience underlines her commitment to public service and education.

Nonpartisan primary for Henderson City Council Ward IV

Incumbent Dan Stewart won election outright against Cherlyn Arrington in the primary for Henderson City Council Ward IV on June 11, 2024.

City of Las Vegas

Mayor

Shelley Berkley

Shelley Berkley recently completed her role as Senior Vice President of the Touro University system. Previously, she served in the U.S. House of Representatives from 1999 to 2013, advocating for veterans' healthcare, graduate medical education, and healthcare reform. An outspoken supporter of Israel, she also served on several key committees. Berkley began her public service in 1983 as a Nevada assemblywoman and later as a Regent. She’s married to Dr. Larry Lehrner and has two sons and two stepchildren.

Victoria Seaman

Victoria Seaman was elected to represent Ward 2 in a special election in 2019, re-elected in 2022, and serves until 2026. She serves on multiple committees, including the Debt and Audit Committees, and is involved with the Southern Nevada Water Authority. A Californian who moved to Nevada in 2005, she is proud of her Hispanic heritage. Seaman is also an advisor for Chamberlin University and the American Melanoma Institute.

General election for Mayor of Las Vegas

Shelley Berkley and Victoria Seaman are running in the general election for Mayor of Las Vegas on November 5, 2024.

City Council Ward 5

Cameron Miller

Cameron Miller is running for Las Vegas City Council Ward 5, focusing on safety, small business support, housing, and high-paying jobs. He is committed to improving the community through collaborative efforts. Endorsed by firefighters, veterans, seniors, working families, and community groups, Miller promises to work every day for a better life for Ward 5 residents. He seeks your vote to turn community aspirations into reality.

Shondra Summers-Armstrong

As a candidate for Las Vegas City Council Ward 5, Shondra Summers-Armstrong emphasizes listening to the diverse voices of her community. With over 25 years of public service and experience as a business owner, she has a proven track record of grassroots activism. Having lived in the community for 24 years and served two terms as a Nevada State legislator, she is committed to collaborative solutions for the complex challenges facing her community.

General election for Las Vegas City Council Ward 5

Cameron Miller and Shondra Summers-Armstrong are running in the general election for Las Vegas City Council Ward 5 on November 5, 2024.

City of North Las Vegas

City Council Ward 2

Ruth García Anderson

Councilwoman Ruth Garcia-Anderson joined the North Las Vegas City Council in December 2022, becoming the first Latina councilwoman in the city's history. A longtime resident of North Las Vegas, she lives in Ward 2 with her husband Jordan Massey Anderson and their four children. Garcia-Anderson focuses on community, education, civic engagement, and ensuring a high quality of life for residents. She holds degrees in International Business and Liberal Arts with a specialization in Spanish from the University of Nevada, Reno.

Robert Taylor

Robert "Twixx" Taylor, a native of North Las Vegas, is a serial entrepreneur with ventures including a barbershop franchise, photography studio, tattoo shop, and used clothing store. A dedicated community servant, he mentors youth and hosts free entrepreneur seminars. Taylor gained national attention for Nevada's first barbershop vaccination site. He ran for North Las Vegas Mayor in 2022, demonstrating his commitment to positive change. He continues to partner with the Southern Nevada Health District, offering monthly free health tests at his barbershops.

General election for North Las Vegas City Council Ward 2

Incumbent Ruth Garcia-Anderson and Robert Taylor are running in the general election for North Las Vegas City Council Ward 2 on November 5, 2024.

Registering To Vote

Online Voter Registration
Online voter registration is now available for residents of all Nevada counties.  Eligible voters can register to vote and update their voter registration information online, including change of address and party affiliation.  A DMV issued Driver’s License or ID is required.

***VISIT RegisterToVote.NV.gov TO REGISTER TO VOTE OR UPDATE YOUR REGISTRATION ONLINE***

Military and Overseas Voters – visit our UOCAVA page  for more information.

Voter Registration Form
All counties now offer online registration, but if you are not eligible for online voter registration or prefer to register to vote using a mail-in voter registration form, you can complete a fillable mail-in voter registration form. To register to vote using the fillable mail-in voter registration form in .pdf format, visit the Voter Registration Form and follow the steps below:

  • Answer the eligibility questions.
  • Enter your personal information into the spaces provided and select ‘Generate Voter Registration Form.’ 
  • Print out the form and don’t forget to sign it.
  • Mail or deliver the form in person to the county clerk or registrar of voters in your county.

If you have technical problems, please call the Secretary of State’s office at 775-684-5705 or send an email to nvelect@sos.nv.gov

Other Options for Registering to Vote
You may register to vote at any NV Department of Motor Vehicles office, at your county clerk or registrar of voters’ office, at various social service agencies, and on college campuses.

Changes to Current Registration
If you’ve moved, changed your name, want to change party affiliation, or otherwise have to update your voter registration status, you must submit another voter application form.  To update your current voter registration information visit RegisterToVote.NV.gov.

Preregistration for 17 Year Olds
The 2017 legislature approved Senate Bill 144, which allows all U.S. citizens who are 17 years old but less than 18 years old to preregister to vote.  A person can preregister to vote using any of the means available for a person to register to vote, including online at www.RegisterToVote.NV.gov.  A person who has preregistered to vote is automatically deemed registered to vote on his or her 18th birthday unless the person’s preregistration is cancelled.

Same-day Registration
Detailed information about the same-day registration process can be found here

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