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2016 Nevada State Senate election

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

2016 Nevada State Senate elections

← 2014 November 8, 2016 2018 →

11 of the 21 seats in the Nevada State Senate
10 seats needed for a majority
  Majority party Minority party
 
Aaron D. Ford.jpg
No image.svg
Leader Aaron D. Ford Michael Roberson
Party Democratic Republican
Leader's seat 11th 20th
Last election 10 11
Seats before 10 11
Seats won 11 10
Seat change Increase1 Decrease1
Popular vote 271,523 217,829
Percentage 51.32% 41.17%

Nevada Senate Election 2016 - Results by District.svg
Results of the elections:
  Democratic gain
  Democratic hold
  Republican hold
  No election

Leader of the Senate before election

Aaron D. Ford
Republican

Elected Leader of the Senate

Kelvin Atkinson
Democratic

The 2016 Nevada State Senate elections took place as part of the biennial United States elections. Nevada voters elected state senators in 11 of the state senate's 21 districts. State senators serve four-year terms in the Nevada State Senate.

A primary election on June 14, 2016 determined which candidates appear on the November 8 general election ballot. Primary election results can be obtained from the State of Nevada's Secretary of State website.[1]

On election day 2016, the were 11 Republicans and 10 Democrats in the Nevada Senate; in the 2014 state senate elections, they had gained a one-seat majority in it. In the 2016 election Democrats flipped it back, winning 11 seats.

Party registration advantage by district

Voter Registration by September 2016
District Democratic
Active Voters
Republican
Active Voters
Other Parties
Active Voters
Nonpartisan
Active Voters
Total
Active Voters
Registration Edge
Major Parties
District 1 33,146 17,223 3,751 13,697 66,817 D +14,923
District 3 25,650 12,039 3,108 11,146 51,943 D +13,611
District 4 33,158 7,682 3,223 11,639 55,702 D +25,476
District 5 26,886 23,143 4,107 13,915 68,048 D +3,740
District 6 28,867 24,176 3,986 13,565 70,954 D +4,691
District 7 28,629 15,156 3,918 14,155 61,858 D +13,473
District 11 24,074 13,751 3,060 11,785 52,670 D +10,323
District 13 28,018 17,474 4,912 13,829 64,233 D +10,544
District 15 29,048 30,689 5,457 15,018 80,212 R +1,641
District 18 27,031 28,948 4,442 14,454 74,875 R +1,917
District 19 16,986 34,013 4,948 12,153 68,100 R +17,027

Results

Summary of results by State Senate district

  • For districts not displayed, there is no election until 2018.
State Senate District Incumbent Party Elected Senator Party
1st Patricia Spearman Democratic Patricia Spearman Democratic
3rd Richard Segerblom Democratic Richard Segerblom Democratic
4th Kelvin Atkinson Democratic Kelvin Atkinson Democratic
5th Joyce Woodhouse Democratic Joyce Woodhouse Democratic
6th Mark Hutchison Republican Nicole Cannizzaro Democratic
7th David Parks Democratic David Parks Democratic
11th Aaron Ford Democratic Aaron Ford Democratic
13th Julia Ratti Democratic Julia Ratti Democratic
15th Greg Brower Republican Heidi Gansert Republican
18th Scott Hammond Republican Scott Hammond Republican
19th Peter Goicoechea Republican Peter Goicoechea Republican

Source: [2]

Detailed results by State Senate district

General Election - November 8, 2016
District Party Candidates Votes Percentage Result
District 1 Dem Pat Spearman (incumbent) 33,688 65.43% Spearman Reelected
Democratic Hold
Rep Arsen Ter-Petrosyan [3] 17,800 34.57%
District 3 Dem Tick Segerblom (incumbent) 21,195 60.31% Segerblom Reelected
Democratic Hold
Rep Dennis Palmerston 11,057 31.46%
LPN Jonathan Friedrich 2,889 8.22%
District 4 Dem Kelvin Atkinson (incumbent) 29,912 100% Atkinson Reelected
Democratic Hold
District 5 Dem Joyce Woodhouse (incumbent) 26,208 47.89% Woodhouse Reelected
Democratic Hold
Rep Carrie Buck [4] 25,739 47.03%
LPN Tim Hagan 2,784 5.09%
District 6 Dem Nicole Cannizzaro [4] 28,733 50.92% Cannizzaro Elected
Democratic Change
Rep Victoria Seaman [5] 27,697 49.08%
District 7 Dem David Parks (incumbent) 28,379 69.54% Parks Reelected
Democratic Hold
LPN Kimberly Schjang 12,432 30.46%
District 11 Dem Aaron D. Ford (incumbent) 22,439 57.7% Ford Reelected
Democratic Hold
Rep Jon Frazier 14,221 36.57%
LPN Lesley Chan 2,229 5.73%
District 13 Dem Julia Ratti (Incumbent) 27,280 59.96% Ratti Elected
Democratic Hold
Rep Kent Bailey 15,811 34.75%
LPN Brandon Jacobs 2,406 5.29%
District 15 Dem Devon Reese [6] 26,773 41.92% Gansert Elected
Republican Hold
Rep Heidi Gansert [4] 33,822 52.96%
LPN David Colborne (Libertarian) 3,266 5.11%
District 18 Dem Alexander Marks[7] 26,864 43.56% Hammond Reelected
Republican Hold
Rep Scott Hammond (incumbent) 34,805 56.44%
District 19 Rep Pete Goicoechea (incumbent) 36,876 72.96% Goicoechea Reelected
Republican Hold
IAPN Janine Hansen 13,664 27.04

See also

References

  1. ^ "Nevada Primary Elections 2016 - State Senate Results". Nevada Secretary of State. Retrieved August 8, 2020.
  2. ^ "Nevada State Senate elections, 2016". Ballotpedia. Retrieved August 8, 2020.
  3. ^ Messerly, Megan (2015-10-08). "North Las Vegas entrepreneur enters race for state Senate". Las Vegas Sun. Las Vegas, NV. Retrieved 2016-03-07.
  4. ^ a b c "A year out, 2 sides claw for Nevada Legislature majority". Las Vegas Sun. Las Vegas, NV. 2015-11-07. Retrieved 2016-03-07.
  5. ^ "GOP Assemblyman Erv Nelson will run for Las Vegas Senate seat". Las Vegas Sun. Las Vegas, NV. Associated Press. 2015-10-21. Retrieved 2016-03-07.
  6. ^ Richardson, Seth (2016-01-26). "Reno lawyer announces state senate candidacy". Reno Gazette-Journal. Reno, NV. Retrieved 2016-03-07.
  7. ^ Messerly, Megan (2016-02-03). "Democrats back candidate to challenge GOP Sen. Scott Hammond". Las Vegas Sun. Las Vegas, NV. Retrieved 2016-03-07.
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