On the final day for Nevadans to cast their vote in the primary election, President Donald Trump announced Tuesday afternoon that he "strongly" endorses Republican Adam Laxalt to be the Silver State's next governor.
Polling stations will be open on Tuesday, June 12 from 6 a.m.to 7 p.m.
South Carolina, Nevada, North Dakota and ME also will choose candidates for the November 6 races that could help determine control of the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives, including two of the most competitive Senate races.
Belangia is referring to the historic number running in Greenville and Spartanburg's House District 4: 13 republicans and five democrats.
Of those Democrats, only one has held elected office before: State Sen.
The Nevada and North Dakota Senate primaries aren't likely to yield surprises, but they will formally establish the general election field in races that are considered toss-ups.
Last year, Virginia Democrats saw a wave election, propelling Ralph Northam to the governor's mansion and flipping 15 Republican seats in the House of Delegates. The victor will challenge GOP Representative Dave Brat, who is seen as potentially vulnerable. Rep. Barbara Comstock (R-VA-10)-assuming she withstands her own primary challenge on Tuesday from Shak Hill.
No Republican challenger filed to face him. This time, she's running against Rep. Mark Amodei, R-Nev., a moderate Republican with a failing-grade Liberty Score.
Democratic U.S. Sen. Tim Kaine is seeking a second term, though he wasn't on a ballot Tuesday. Voters will settle about 30 primary battles for state legislative seats.
A statewide primary will decide the Republican nominee for the U.S. Senate. Kaine, who ran as Hillary Clinton's vice presidential candidate in 2016, has held the seat since 2013.
Democrats are also on a long winning streak in Virginia. "Nevadans deserve a senator we can trust to always put Nevada first, and I'm going to keep earning the support of voters across this state as we work to flip this seat". The former state assemblyman, who served from 2011 to 2015, entered the race in mid-January.
Tarkanian, the son of former University of Nevada Las Vegas basketball coach Jerry Tarkanian, has run unsuccessfully for several offices over the past decade.He is in a nine-way primary.
Election turnout is generally low in primary contests.
There are two candidates on the Republican side.
The state's tilt toward Democrats in recent years gives the party reason for some optimism.
Democrat Chris Giunchigliani, who on Sunday got the support of Clinton with a robocall asking Nevada voters to support "my friend Chris G.", has run a close race against Clark County Commissioner Steve Sisolak, who has the backing of former Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid.