- Top Races
By Brendan Riley · Aug. 1, 2008 · 3:54 p.m.
Nancy Allf, Deborah Schumacher, Kris Pickering and Don Chairez all say they're qualified to serve on the state's highest court.
• AP: Candidates invest in high court seat (8-6-2008)
• VIDEO: Face to Face — Maupin talks about stepping down
By David McGrath Schwartz · Aug. 5, 2008 · 2 a.m.
You spend three decades in the state Senate, you have a bust in bronze at the Reno airport, and yet you face the real possibility of ending your public service defeated in your party’s primary.
By Amanda Finnegan · Aug. 8, 2008 · 4:11 p.m.
The District 7 seat in the Nevada Legislature has been left open and three Democrats and three Republicans have hopes of getting past Tuesday’s primary election.
By Amanda Finnegan · Aug. 8, 2008 · 7:21 p.m.
Two-term Assemblywoman Francis Allen is being challenged by three candidates for the District 4 seat in this August’s Republican primary. Andrew Brownson, Flo Jones and Richard McArthur are all vying for Allen’s seat.
• Despite highly public personal troubles, Allen running anyway (8-9-2008)
By Jenna Kohler · Aug. 8, 2008 · 9:03 p.m.
Bob Beers, the 56-year-old first-term incumbent, is in a contest with fellow Republican Jonathan Ozark, a 26-year-old revenue manager for the Rio. And it could be a tough challenge for Beers.
By Cydney Cappello · Aug. 8, 2008 · 2:55 p.m.
Bruce Woodbury, the longest-serving county commissioner in Nevada history, has helped shape Clark County for the past 27 years. The valley’s beltway even carries his name.
• VIDEO: Face to Face - County Commission Race
By Amanda Finnegan · Aug. 8, 2008 · 7:06 p.m.
After two terms, County Commissioner Chip Maxfield is stepping down, leaving his District C seat open. In Tuesday’s primary, two Democrats and five Republicans will be competing for the open spot.
By Melissa Arseniuk · Aug. 8, 2008 · 11:08 a.m.
Mary Beth Scow's name will be on the ballot for District A in Tuesday's primary race for the Clark County School Board. But there's no way she can win another four-year term — the 12-year veteran school board chairman was recently term-limited out by a ruling of the Nevada Supreme Court.
• VIDEO: Face to Face - Not Immune; Open Seat
By Melissa Arseniuk · Aug. 9, 2008 · 8:48 p.m.
A recent Nevada Supreme Court ruling guarantees some fresh faces on the Clark County School Board, including the District B seat now held by Ruth L. Johnson.
By Sun Staff · Aug. 8, 2008 · 8:27 p.m.
Don Mosley has served as a judge in Clark County for 29 years, but his reign could end with next Tuesday’s primary, when his seat for District Court Department 14 is up for grabs.
• Mosley had campaign cash issue in 1990 (2-2-2008)
• LA Times story featuring Mosley: In Las Vegas, They’re Playing With a Stacked Judicial Deck (6-8-2006)
By Sun Staff · Aug. 8, 2008 · 7:36 p.m.
Embattled Judge Elizabeth Halverson, who has been undergoing a televised disciplinary hearing this week, has two challengers in Tuesday's primary.
• AP: Nevada judge loses bid to stop discipline hearing (8-6-2008)
By Melissa Arseniuk · Aug. 11, 2008 · 2 a.m.
Family Court Judge Nicholas Del Vecchio campaigned eight times before being elected to the Department K bench, but after eight years, the beleaguered judge's number may be up.
• Video: Face to Face — Judge Standards (2-23-2008)
• Sun Editorial: Judge should step aside (2-14-2008)
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