2022 Nevada Primary Election Results Guide
Our Government Affairs & Advocacy Group would like to share a summary of the 2022 primary election results. For partisan offices, the primary winners will face off in the general election along with any qualifying minor party or independent candidates. For non-partisan offices, the top two candidates will face off in the general election, unless one receives over 50% of the votes cast in the primary, in which case that candidate wins the office outright. The exception is for the Reno Mayor and City Council. For those seats, the top two in the primary advance to the general, regardless of whether one received a majority of votes cast.
We hope you find the elections results guide to be a useful resource. Please click here for a PDF of our guide. If you have questions, please contact members of our Government Affairs & Advocacy Group.
Nevada Primary Election Results Guide Contents
- Federal (US Senate, Congressional District 1, Congressional District 2, Congressional District 3, Congressional District 4)
- Executive (Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Attorney General, Secretary of State, Treasurer, Controller)
- Senate (State Senate Races)
- Assembly (Assembly Races)
- Northern Local (City of Reno, Washoe County)
- Southern Local (Las Vegas City Council, Clark County, Henderson City Council, North Las Vegas City Council)
- Rural Local (Douglas County, Nye Count)
- School Board (Washoe County, Clark County)
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