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Primary Election 2008

State Sen. Dina Titus, D-Las Vegas, who is running for Congress against Rep. Jon Porter, R-Nev., greets supporters at a primary election night party in Henderson.

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State Sen. Dina Titus, D-Las Vegas, who is running for Congress against Rep. Jon Porter, R-Nev., greets supporters at a primary election night party in Henderson.

See the latest election results.

See the Sun's primary election guide, which features stories about the top races in the state and in Clark County.

Results Last updated 11:28 p.m.
Supreme Court
  • 21.9% Nancy Allf
  • 22.4% Don Chairez
  • 25.4% Kris Pickering
  • 22.4% Deborah Schumacher
  • 100% reporting
Senate, District 3
  • 47% Sharron Angle (R)
  • 53% Bill Raggio (R)
  • 100% reporting
Senate, District 7
  • 12.9% Brandon Casutt (D)
  • 15.7% Steve Nathan (D)
  • 71.4% David Parks (D)
  • 46% Lindsay Nicole Madsen (R)
  • 36.4% Lou Toomin (R)
  • 17.7% Robert Zavala (R)
  • 100% reporting
Assembly District 4
  • 23.6% Francis Allen (R)
  • 22.7% Andrew Brownson (R)
  • 7% Flo Jones (R)
  • 46.7% Richard McArthur (R)
  • 100% reporting
Assembly District 21
  • 31% Bob Beers (R)
  • 69% Jonathan Ozark (R)
  • 100% reporting
District Court Dept. 14
  • 27.6% Chris Davis
  • 25.1% Laurie Diefenbach
  • 47.3% Donald M. Mosley
  • 100.% reporting
District Court Dept. 23
  • 9.7% Elizabeth Halverson
  • 30.4% Jason Landess
  • 59.9% Stefany Miley
  • 100% reporting
County Commissioner A
  • 66.2% Steve Sisolak (D)
  • 33.8% Jeffrey White (D)
  • 12.7% Duane A. Christy (R)
  • 54.6% Brian Scroggins (R)
  • 32.8% Bruce L. Woodbury (R)
  • 100% reporting
County Commissioner C
  • 77.4% Larry Brown (D)
  • 22.6% Jeff Campbell (D)
  • 6% Roberta Fitzgibbons (R)
  • 9.6% Bill Krane (R)
  • 5% Gary Marinch (R)
  • 15.4% Karen Sweeney (R)
  • 64.1% Valeria Weber (R)
  • 100% reporting
School Board A
  • 21.4% Steven Bergstrom
  • 30.3% Edward E. Goldman
  • 25.8% Mary Beth Scow
  • 22.5% Deanna Wright
  • 100% reporting
School Board B
  • 21.4% Chris Garvey
  • 10.3% Gaya Guymon
  • 28.4% Ruth L. Johnson
  • 16.3% Michael J. “Mike” Noland
  • 23.5% Ron Taylor
  • 100% reporting

All stories

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Tue, Aug 12, 2008

Upstart beats incumbent Assemblyman Bob Beers.

Top congressional hopefuls eye easy Nevada primary

Tue, Aug 12, 2008

Top congressional hopefuls eye easy Nevada primary

County commission posts featured in today's primary

Tue, Aug 12, 2008

A rare opening for District A on the County Commission and crowded fields for two of Nevada’s three congressional districts gave voters reasons to cast ballots in today’s primary election.

Voters trickling in to polls

Tue, Aug 12, 2008

Walter Lescaro arrived at the voting polls at Mountain Shadows Community Center inside Sun City Summerlin at 5:30 a.m. today.

Videos

Titus Speaks To Democrats
Titus Speaks To Democrats
State Sen. Dina Titus, who won the Democratic primary Tuesday for Nevada's 3rd Congressional District, ...
Election Night: Dina Titus interview
Election Night: Dina Titus interview
Democratic candidate Dina Titus talks about the 3rd Congressional District race.
Election Night: Dina Titus
Election Night: Dina Titus
Democratic candidate Dina Titus speaks to a crowd about the 3rd Congressional District race.
Election Night: Brian Scroggins
Election Night: Brian Scroggins
Republican candidate Brian Scroggins speaks about the Clark County Commission race.
Election Night: Valerie Weber
Election Night: Valerie Weber
Republican candidate Valerie Weber speaks about the Clark County Commission race.
Election Night: Steven Horsford
Election Night: Steven Horsford
Democratic candidate Steven Horsford speaks about the State Senate 4 race.

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Primary draws few voters
A sparse turnout is predicted for today's statewide primary contests, according to Nevada election officials. ...
Democratic Party at SEIU
Republican watch party at Stoney's
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