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Final list of candidate filings

Below is a list of candidates who filed to run for office in the 2014 elections by the 5 p.m. Friday deadline. Judicial candidates filed in January. There won’t be an election for the Pahrump Town Board. Candidates in races with a political party are listed as (R) Republican (D) Democrat or (IAP) for Independent American Party, otherwise it is a non-partisan race. Candidates are listed in alphabetical order.

NYE COUNTY COMMISSION – DISTRICT 4

Gary Bergman (R)

Andrew “Butch” Borasky (R)

Julie Hargis (R)

Bob Jones (R)

NYE COUNTY COMMISSION – DISTRICT 5

David E. Caudle (R)

Bill Dolan (R)

Walt Grudzinski (R)

Robert “Bob” Howard (D)

Rick Osborne (IAP)

Dan Schinhofen (R)

NYE COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY

Nicholas Anthony Del Vecchio (D)

Brian T. Kunzi (D)

Angela A. Bello (R)

NYE COUNTY ASSESSOR

Leo Blundo (R)

Albert “Nick” Bradshaw IV (R)

Richard C. Marshall (R)

Shirley L. Matson (R)

Sheree Stringer (R)

NYE COUNTY CLERK

Sandra “Sam” Merlino (R)

Sheila Winn (D)

NYE COUNTY RECORDER

Deborah Beatty (R)

NYE COUNTY TREASURER

Richard Billman (R)

PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR

Robin Dorand-Rudolf (R)

Robert R. Pilkington (R)

NYE COUNTY SHERIFF

William “Bill” Becht

Gregory F. Curtin

Rick Marshall

Ray “The Flagman” Mielzynski

Galen J. Morgan

Eric Murphy

Tom O’Donnell

Carlo J. Verdi

Sharon Wehrly

Mark A. Zane

NYE COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD – AREA 1

Edna Jean Forsgren

Tammy Otero

NYE COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD AREA 3

Mike Floyd

NYE COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD AREA 5

Andy Alberti

Pamela Lewis Hiller

NYE COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD AREA 7

Tim Sutton

PAHRUMP JUSTICE OF THE PEACE DEPARTMENT 2

Nathan Gent – (later withdrew)

Kent Jasperson

Anita M. Springs

AMARGOSA VALLEY TOWN BOARD

Joe Cohan

Robert G. Little

TONOPAH TOWN BOARD

Duane M. Downing

Douglas Farinholt

ROUND MOUNTAIN TOWN BOARD

Jay Dixon

Elizabeth Keefner

BEATTY GENERAL IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT

Amina Anderson

Ryan Gallagher

Gary L. Reed

Robin R. Revert

BEATTY WATER & SANITATION DISTRICT

Amina Anderson

Boyd K. Madsen

Brian Mallory

Jeannie Sullivan-Ybarra

NEVADA ASSEMBLY DISTRICT 36

James Oscarson

FIFTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT – DEPARTMENT 1

Kimberly Wanker

FIFTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT – DEPARTMENT 2

Robert Lane

Lillian Donohue

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