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Nevada 2018 Election Live Results


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On this Page: U.S. Senate, Governor, U.S. Representative (4 congressional districts)

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U.S. Senate

Incumbent Sen. Dean Heller (R) is seeking a 3rd term. This is the only GOP-held Senate seat up in 2018 from a state that Hillary Clinton won in 2016. This is a highly competitive race that is almost a must-win for Democrats if they hope to gain control of the Senate. 2022: Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto (D, 1st term).

U.S. Senate

Candidate Votes Percent
Jacky Rosen (Democratic)
*Dean Heller (Republican)
Barry Michaels (No Party Preference)
Kamau A. Bakari (Independent American)
Tim Hagan (Libertarian)



Gov. Brian Sandoval (R) cannot run due to term limits. The race to replace him is a toss-up.


Candidate Votes Percent
Stephen Sisolak (Democratic)
Adam Laxalt (Republican)
Russell Best (Independent American)
Ryan Bundy (No Party Preference)
Jared Lord (Libertarian)

U.S. House

4 Congressional Districts: 3 Democrats | 1 Republican

Competitive: 3rd, 4th
Both these Democratic-held districts are open. In the 3rd, incumbent Jacky Rosen is the Democratic nominee for U.S. Senate. In the 4th, Ruben Kihuen is retiring. That district was created after the 2010 Census. The two representatives that preceded Kihuen, Democrat Steven Horsford and Republican Cresent Hardy, are on the ballot this year.

U.S. House District 1

Candidate Votes Percent
*Dina Titus (Democratic)
Joyce Bentley (Republican)
Robert Strawder (Libertarian)
Dan Garfield (Independent American)


U.S. House District 2

Candidate Votes Percent
Clint Koble (Democratic)
*Mark Amodei (Republican)


U.S. House District 3

Candidate Votes Percent
Susie Lee (Democratic)
Danny Tarkanian (Republican)
David Goossen (Unaffiliated)
Harry Vickers (Independent American)
Steve Brown (Libertarian)
Tony Gumina (Unaffiliated)
Gil Eisner (Unaffiliated)

U.S. House District 4

Candidate Votes Percent
Steven Horsford (Democratic)
Cresent Hardy (Republican)
Gregg Luckner (Libertarian)
Rodney Smith (Unaffiliated)
Dean McGonigle (Unaffiliated)
Warren Markowitz (Independent American)