Election 2022

Voting is the way we as citizens of the United States and its component states, counties and cities express our opinions and preferences. We are periodically asked to mark our ballots for candidates for various offices and to weigh in on proposals to change or enact laws, impose new taxes and many other kinds of questions. Voting is the cornerstone of our democratic process.


Candidate filing starts next week. Fiore and Gilbert should skip it.

BY: - March 3, 2022

Earlier this week, in a vile and yet not in the least surprising display of their own moral and social depravity, Joey Gilbert and Michele Fiore defended a fellow attention-seeking hate merchant who launched a despicable if at times incoherent pile of verbal garbage on Nevada’s governor while he was in a restaurant with his […]

Texans go to the polls under sweeping new voting restrictions

BY: - March 1, 2022

HOUSTON — With less than two days until Texas’ primary election, Cedric and Myrtis Tatterson sat in a community center gym in Houston to fulfill the training required of them as election judges. Though they have both served as judges in numerous past elections, Tuesday’s primary will be the first since Texas’ Republican-controlled legislature passed […]


Nevada Senate candidate takes his campaign to sunny Florida

BY: - February 22, 2022

Adam Laxalt is a Republican running for U.S. Senate in Nevada, and this is a huge week for him. In Florida. Here’s his agenda, as best as could be compiled from various sources: Monday. In a display of dazzling technical proficiency and enormous political clout, Laxalt successfully established an online presence and posted a “truth” […]

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Voting proposal, borne from unsubstantiated fraud claims, might not be the last, groups say

BY: - February 21, 2022

Civil rights and voting advocacy groups say a proposed resolution before the Washoe County Commission, which calls for using the National Guard at polling sites, is unconstitutional and is designed to disenfranchise voters. They also warn more local efforts designed to restrict voting might surface ahead of the 2022 midterm election.  The Washoe County election […]

State judges across the U.S. face growing GOP pushback against rulings in election cases

BY: - February 20, 2022

In mid-December, Texas’ highest criminal court revoked the state attorney general’s ability to use his office to prosecute election-related cases without the request of a district or county attorney. In an 8-1 opinion, the all-Republican court weakened Attorney General Ken Paxton’s power to independently go after perpetrators of voter fraud, a problem he says is rampant but […]


Republicans wouldn’t be so afraid of democracy if they liked more people

BY: - February 15, 2022

“We’re a republic, not a democracy” is a thing Republicans are fond of saying.  Michele Fiore, whose insatiable thirst for right-wing celebrity status has led her to run for governor of Nevada, said it during a forum with five-sixths of the rest of the GOP gubernatorial field the other day. Except Fiore, always the innovator, […]

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McConnell rebukes RNC for saying Jan. 6 attack was ‘legitimate political discourse’

BY: - February 9, 2022

WASHINGTON — U.S. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell said Tuesday the Republican National Committee erred in censuring two House GOP lawmakers for joining the select committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol. The Kentucky Republican rebuked the RNC for referring to the riot as “legitimate political discourse” in the censure resolution. McConnell said […]

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Proposed ballot measures would repeal all-mail ballots, create voter ID requirement

BY: - February 1, 2022

A pair of proposed ballot measures filed Friday seeks to undo voting laws implemented by Nevada Democrats in recent years. North Las Vegas resident David Gibbs has filed two proposed ballot measures with the Nevada Secretary of State. The first proposes to amend the state constitution to require photo identification at physical polling places and […]


Mining’s supporters should be thanking, not blasting Cortez Masto

BY: - January 11, 2022

Demar Dahl is a Republican rancher in Elko County who served on the county commission through 2020 before he was termed out. Last week he wrote a guest column in the Elko Daily Free Press praising Adam Laxalt and scorning Catherine Cortez Masto. I know what you’re thinking: So what?  Here’s what. Dahl got a […]

Debate crowd cheers Fiore and Gilbert, jeers Heller 

BY: - January 7, 2022

Republican gubernatorial candidate and former U.S. Sen. Dean Heller tried to hit all the right notes at a Republican debate Thursday night among eight candidates for governor, but his repeated pitch that he’s the only true conservative in the race fell flat, cut off each time by a chorus of jeers and boos from naysayers […]

Gubernatorial hopeful Joey Gilbert: No regrets about Jan. 6

BY: - January 6, 2022

Joey Gilbert, the Reno attorney who wants to be the Republican choice for governor this year, says one of his opponents, Clark County Sheriff Joe Lombardo, refuses to talk about issues and is declining opportunities to debate, including one Thursday night in Reno. Lombardo has also turned down Gilbert’s invitation to debate later this month […]

Civil rights group, former lawmaker speak on bringing change to DA’s office

BY: - December 8, 2021

The deaths of Byron Williams, who died in police custody, and Jorge Gomez, who was fatally shot by officers, are still felt by the community and will most likely cast a shadow over the 2022 race for Clark County District Attorney. Both deaths, as well as the role District Attorney Steve Wolfson played in handling […]

Election 2022

Below are links to overviews of races and ballot questions on the Nevada and Clark County 2022 ballot. Stories will be updated, and new material added, as necessary. Share with your friends.

2022 Primary Voter Guide

See what’s on your ballot for the 2022 Nevada Primary.


May 28-June 10

Primary Early Voting

June 14

Primary Election

October 22 - November 4

General Election Early Voting

November 8

General Election


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