Time to vote so please get out and do it EARLY
The Democratic Party of Washoe County encourages your vote for the highly qualified candidates below. Not all of these races will be on your ballot. Races appearing on your ballot but not listed below do not have a Democrat in contention. These candidates have run active campaigns and have asked for Democratic Party support.
For more information about the candidates, including links to their websites, please visit the Candidate section of this website, on the upper right hand corner, or click here. For early voting schedule and locations, please click here.
Congressional District 2 - Kristen Spees
Governor - Bob Goodman
Lieutenant Governor - Lucy Flores
Attorney General - Ross Miller
Secretary of State - Kate Marshall
State Treasurer - Kim Wallin
State Controller - Andrew Martin
Senate District 13 - Sen. Debbie Smith, I
Senate District 15 - Joe Hunt
Assembly District 24 - David Bobzien, I
Assembly District 27 - Teresa Benitez-Thompson, I
Assembly District 30 - Michael Sprinke, I
Assembly District 31 - Richard "Skip" Daly, I
Washoe County Commission Dist. 2 - Terri Thomas
Washoe County Commission Dist. 3 - Kitty Jung, I
Washoe County Commission Dist. 5 - John Gavin
County Clerk - Bobee Clark
Public Administrator - Chase McKenna
County Recorder - Robert Townsend
(Party affiliation will NOT appear on the ballot)
District Court Judge Dept. 5
Cynthia Lu - Family Court Master, or
Cliff Young - Attorney
District Court Judge Dept. 8
Judge Lidia Stiglich, I, or
Keith Tierney - Attorney
District Court Judge, Dept. 14
School Board Trustee District F - Veronica Frenkel
Reno City Council Ward 2 - Paul McKenzie
Reno City Council Ward 4 - Naomi Duerr
Sparks City Council Ward 2 - Ed Goodrich
Sparks Mayor - Gene Newhall
I = Incumbent
DPWC urges your "YES" vote on Questions 1 & 2. We know Democrats who are voting for Question 3 and Democrats who are voting against it. The best decision is your own.
Click here for early voting locations and schedule.
It's more important than ever that Democrats get out and vote in this election. Otherwise, the other side wins and the whole state loses.
Remember to take your sample ballot (though it's not required).
No excuses! Now get out and VOTE!