2020 Endorsements

Members of AFSCME Local 4041, which include state employees, City of West Wendover and Storey County employees, have released a slate of endorsed candidates ahead of the November 3 general election. 

Elected officials can dramatically affect the lives of our members. That's why the AFSCME Local 4041 has established an endorsement process to give members the information they need to make informed choices on Election Day. Endorsements are made by the Law & Legislation Committee. The committee reviews all questionnaires submitted by candidates, evaluates candidate voting records if they are a current elected offical, conducts interviews, and reviews other pertinent information prior to making their decisions. Party affiliation doesn't matter; the L&L Committee sends questionnaires to all candidates and reviews each one that comes in. 

As our state enters a period of economic downturn, we trust these candidates to do what is best to protect the public services our communities rely on, and the workers who continue to provide these services. When our communities need us most, state, city and county employees continue to step up and provide essential services that keep Nevadans healthy and safe. We look forward to working with elected leaders and candidates to find solutions to ensure workers continue to have a voice on the job and our communities continue to receive the services they need, said Harry Schiffman, electrician at UNLV and president of AFSCME Local 4041.  

Assembly Districts (AD)

AD 1: Assemblywoman Daniele Monroe-Moreno

AD 2: Radhika Kunnel

AD 3: Assemblywoman Selena Torres

AD 4: Assemblywoman Connie Munk

AD 5: Assemblywoman Brittney Miller

AD 6: Shondra Summers-Armstrong

AD 7: Cameron “CH” Miller

AD 8: Speaker Jason Frierson

AD 9: Assemblyman Steve Yeager

AD 10: Assemblywoman Rochelle Nguyen

AD 11: Assemblywoman Bea Duran

AD 12: Assemblywoman Susie Martinez

AD 14: Assemblywoman Maggie Carlton

AD 15: Assemblyman Howard Watts

AD 16: Cecilia Gonzalez

AD 17: Clara “Claire” Thomas

AD 18: Venicia Considine

AD 20: David Orentlicher

AD 21: Elaine Marzola

AD 27: Assemblywoman Teresa Benitez-Thompson

AD 28: Assemblyman Edgar Flores

AD 29: Assemblywoman Lesley Cohen

AD 30: Assemblywoman Natha Anderson

AD 31: Assemblyman Skip Daly

AD 32: Paula Povilaitis

AD 34: Assemblywoman Shannon Bilbray-Axelrod

AD 35: Assemblywoman Michelle Gorelow

AD 37: Assemblywoman Shea Backus

AD 40: Sena Loyd

AD 41: Assemblywoman Sandra Jauregui

AD 42: Assemblyman Alex Assefa

Senate Districts (SD)

SD 1: Senator Pat Spearman

SD 3: Senator Chris Brooks

SD 4: Dina Neal

SD 5: Kristee Watson

SD 6: Senator Nicole Cannizzaro

SD 7: Roberta Lange

SD 11: Senator Dallas Harris

SD 15: Wendy Jauregui-Jackins

SD 18: Liz Becker

State Supreme Court

Seat D: Representative Ozzie Fumo

State University Board of Regents

Dist. 10: Kevin Melcher

Federal Races

President/Vice President

Joe Biden/Kamala Harris

Congressional Districts (CD)

CD 1: Congresswoman Dina Titus

CD 2: Patricia Ackerman

CD 3: Congresswoman Susie Lee

CD 4: Congressman Steven Horsford