2022 Nevada Primary Live Results


Election Date June 14, 2022
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Polls Close 10:00 PM Eastern Time
On this Page Primary results for U.S. Senate, Governor, Secretary of State, U.S. House, State Legislature

U.S. Senate

Democratic Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto is seeking a second term. Her opponent, in what will likely be a closely-contested general election, is expected to be either the state's former Attorney General, Adam Laxalt, or Army Veteran Sam Brown. 


Democratic Gov. Steve Sisolak is expected to be renominated for a second term. Eight candidates are seeking the Republican nomination; Clark County Sheriff Joe Lombardo has led the polling.

Secretary of State

Completing her second term, incumbent Barbara Cegavske cannot seek reelection due to term limits. Cegavske is the only statewide elected Republican in the state, but she ran afoul of the party, which censured her last year, after she rejected allegations of fraud in the 2020 presidential election.  

Seven candidates are competing in the GOP primary. In the most recent poll of the race, from OH Predictive Insights, former State Assemblyman Jim Marchant and former State Sen. Jesse Haw were tied with 21%. Marchant, backed by MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell, is the most prominent candidate running on an 'election integrity' platform

Merchant lost a bid for Nevada's 4th Congressional District in 2020, and subsequently sued - also unsuccessfully - based on claims of voter fraud.

Attorney Cisco Aguilar, a former staff member of the late Sen. Harry Reid, will be the Democratic nominee. The general election is expected to be competitive.

U.S. House

Nevada Democrats controlled the redistricting process; the new map makes competitive districts 3 and 4 a few points more favorable for the party. To accomplish this, however, Las Vegas-based District 1 went from a district Biden won by 25% in 2020 to one Biden would have won by about 9%. Given the challenging environment Democrats face this year, all three districts are now seen as in play for the general election, meaning the GOP could hold all four of the state's seats after the midterms.

District Party Comments
1 D Dina Titus (D) is seeking a 6th term. She was not pleased with redistricting changes made by the Legislature that made her Las Vegas district much more competitive. However, she first has to get by a serious primary challenge from progressive Democrat Amy Vilela, who received a late endorsement from Sen. Bernie Sanders. 
1 R According to Cook Political's David Wasserman, this "looks like a genuine three way fight between retired Army colonel and financial planner Mark Robertson, former Nevada Latinos for Trump head Carolina Serrano and pro-Israel/MAGA activist David Brog, who's aligned with the Adelson family." 
2 R The only safe general election district in the state is held by Republican Mark Amodei; he is seeking a 7th term. He has drawn a strong challenge from the right in perennial candidate Danny Tarkanian.
3 R Susie Lee (D) is seeking a 3rd term. Five Republicans are seeking the nomination. Attorney April Becker has much of the establishment support, while Noah Malgeri occupies the MAGA lane.
4 R First elected here in 2012, Steven Horsford (D), lost reelection in 2014, before recapturing the seat in the 2018 midterms. He is unopposed for renomination. The GOP nominee is expected to be either State Assemblywoman Annie Black or U.S. Air Force veteran Sam Peters. 

Immediately below are individual results for each primary discussed above. This includes all Republican primaries. Below that is a table that includes results for the Democratic primaries. Change the active district by making a selection in the drop-down menu. 

State Senate

Republicans hold a narrow 11-9 majority over Republicans in the Nevada State Senate. There is one vacancy. Members serve four-year staggered terms; half of the districts are up for election this year.

State House

Democrats hold a 25-16 margin over Republicans in the Nevada State Assembly. There is one vacancy. Members serve two-year terms.