Election Center Election Center To achieve full, lived equality for all LGBTQ+ people, Silver State Equality endorses and supports openly LGBTQ+ and pro-equality candidates — up and down the ballot — across Nevada. Use our official Pro-Equality Voter Guide below to make a plan to vote! Our Endorsements CURRENT ENDORSEMENTS Silver State Equality endorses and supports 100% pro-equality candidates — up and down the ballot — fighting for LGBTQ+ civil rights, reproductive freedom and social justice. STATEWIDE: Question One: Nevada Equal Rights Amendment – WIN Governor: Steve Sisolak Lieutenant Governor: Lisa Cano Burkhead Attorney General: Aaron Ford – WIN Secretary of State: Cisco Aguilar – WIN Treasurer: Zach Conine – WIN U.S. Senate: Catherine Cortez Masto – WIN U.S. House of Representatives: Congressional District 1: Dina Titus – WIN Congressional District 3: Susie Lee – WIN Congressional District 4: Steven Horsford – WIN Nevada Senate: Senate District 2: Edgar Flores – WIN Senate District 8: Marilyn Dondero Loop – WIN Senate District 9: Melanie Scheible – WIN Senate District 10: Fabian Donate – WIN Senate District 12: Julie Pazina – WIN Senate District 13: Richard “Skip” Daly – WIN Senate District 16: Aaron Sims Senate District 21: James Ohrenshall – WIN Nevada Assembly: Assembly District 1: Daniele Monroe-Moreno – WIN Assembly District 3: Selena Torres – WIN Assembly District 5: Brittany Miller – WIN Assembly District 6: Shondra Summers-Armstrong – WIN Assembly District 7: Cameron Miller – WIN Assembly District 8: Duy Nguyen – WIN Assembly District 10: Rochelle Nguyen – WIN Assembly District 11: Beatrice Duran – WIN Assembly District 13: Will Rucker Assembly District 15: Howard Watts – WIN Assembly District 16: Cecelia Gonzalez – WIN Assembly District 17: Claire Thomas – WIN Assembly District 20: David Orentlicher – WIN Assembly District 23: Elizabeth Brickfield Assembly District 24: Sarah Peters – WIN Assembly District 25: Selena La Rue Hatch – WIN Assembly District 27: Angie Taylor – WIN Assembly District 29: Lesley Cohen – WIN Assembly District 30: Natha Anderson – WIN Assembly District 34: Shannon Bilbray-Axelrod – WIN Assembly District 41: Sandra Jauregui – WIN HIGHER EDUCATION BOARD OF REGENTS: Board of Regents District 8: Shelly Crawford – WIN LOCAL: Clark County Commission: Justin Jones – WIN Las Vegas City Council: Nancy Brune – WIN North Las Vegas Mayor: Pat Spearman BOLD indicates openly LGBTQ+ candidateVote By Mail Vote By Mail All registered, active voters will receive a ballot in the mail this year. Simply fill out your ballot (you don’t need to vote for every office), seal it in its included pre-paid postage envelope, SIGN THE ENVELOPE on the outside, and drop it in the mailbox. NOTE: Ballots must be postmarked ON or BEFORE Tuesday, November 8th, 2022, and received by 5pm on the 12th. If you don’t receive your vote by mail ballot in the mail by October 22nd, 2022, please check your residential and mailing address listed on your voter registration information to be sure it is accurate. Or, contact your local Elections Department at (702) 455-8683 for Clark County or (775) 328-3670 for Washoe County. You can also fill out your mail-in ballot and drop it off. Instead of mailing your ballot, fill it out, as described above, SIGN THE ENVELOPE, and drop off your ballot at any early voting site or Election Day vote center of your choice from October 22nd – November 4th, or on election day, November 8th. . CLARK COUNTY MAIL BALLOT DROP-OFF LOCATIONS: All early voting polling locations can be found here All election day polling locations can be found here WASHOE COUNTY MAIL BALLOT DROP-OFF LOCATIONS: All early voting locations can be found here You can have a person, ideally a trusted family member or friend, mail or drop-off your completed ballot on your behalf to any early vote or Election Day location. There is no limit to the number of ballots a person may drop off. To track the status of your mail-in ballot, please click HERE. ALL mail-in ballots must be postmarked by November 8th, and received by the elections office by November 12th, 2022. Find Your Polling Place Click here to find an ELECTION DAY Vote Center in Clark County. Click here to find an ELECTION DAY Vote Center in Washoe County. Click here to find in-person voting locations in a county *other than* Clark and Washoe Counties. Register to Vote Endorsement Process and GuidelinesSilver State Equality endorses viable candidates running for local office, statewide offices, the state legislature and Congress who have a proven track record of supporting equal rights and legal protections for LGBTQ+ Nevadans and who are committed to advancing these goals in their capacity as elected officials. Except in rare circumstances, Silver State Equality only endorses exceptional LGBTQ+ candidates in local races with the goal of supporting the careers of exceptional leaders in our community to build a bench of strong candidates for higher office. In races for State Assembly and Senate, United States Congress and Senate, and Nevada State Constitutional Offices, Silver State Equality considers endorsement of all candidates that meet our screening and endorsement criteria. ENDORSEMENT PROCESS Silver State Equality conducts field research to determine candidates’ records on LGBTQ+ equality and social justice and will extend invitations to participate in the endorsement process based on past record, viability, and Silver State Equality priority considerations. Endorsement by Silver State Equality requires completion of a candidate questionnaire and candidate interviews. Candidates who are interested in our endorsement should contact André Wade at email@example.com as early as possible to inform us of your candidacy. KEY CANDIDATE CONSIDERATIONS Candidate must be 100% in support of LGBTQ+ equality to be considered for endorsement. Candidate must be viable and able to run a competitive campaign. Candidate’s prior depth of work in support of full LGBTQ equality is a key factor. Is the candidate openly lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, or queer/questioning? Will endorsement diversify and expand support for LGBTQ+ equality and social justice? NOTE: A candidate who is not 100% in support of full LGBTQ+ equality is not eligible for endorsement.