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^Top   • National

United States Congress, Washington D.C.
Members of the House and Senate are paid $174,000 per year (2010)

United States Senate
6 year term. No Term Limit.

Harry Reid (D), first elected 1986; re-elected 1992, 1998, 2004, 2010
As the Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid is paid $193,400 per year (2009)

Dean Heller (R), first elected 2012 defeating Shelley Berkley
Dean Heller was sworn in May 9, 2011, appointed by Governor Sandoval to replace John Ensign
John Ensign (R), first elected 2000, re-elected 2006, resigned effective May 3, 2011


United States House of Representatives
2 year term. No Term Limit.

Dina Titus (D), Nevada 1st District (Las Vegas city area), first elected to this district 2012
Dina Titus served 2 years as representative from 3rd district 2008-2010
Shelley Berkley retired from this position in 2012 to run for U.S. Senate

Mark Amodei (R) Nevada 2nd District (Northern Nevada), re-elected 2012
Special election September 13, 2011 to replace Dean Heller appointed to Senate May 3, 2011

Joe Heck (R), Nevada 3rd District (Clark County except Las Vegas); first elected 2010; re-elected 2012
Dina Titus (D), first elected 2008, lost re-election in 2010

Steven Horsford (D), Nevada 4th District (Southern Nevada except Clark County); first elected 2012
Nevadans elected a fourth representative to the House of Representatives in 2012


^Top   • State

Nevada was admitted to the union October 31, 1864
Nevada State Government, Carson City
Nevada State Legislature     Nevada State Senate     Nevada State Assembly
The state legislature consists of a senate with 21 members, each elected to a four-year term, and a house of representatives with 42 members, each serving two years. Nevada limits members of the Assembly to serving 12 years or six terms and members of the Senate to three terms or 12 years. Regular legislative sessions are held in odd-numbered years only and last no more than 120 calendar days. In 2009 the 75th Regular Session ran from February 2 to June 2, and the 76th Regular Session is scheduled to begin February 7, 2011. Only the governor can call a special session and Governor Jim Gibbons did so in 2010 due to an $887 million budget shortfall. The 26th Special Session convened from February 23 to March 1, 2010. Legislators receive a salary of $130 per day for the first 60 days of each regular session and the first 20 days of each special session. Legislators receive no salary for the remaining 60 days of a regular session. In addition to the salary legislators who live more than 50 miles from the capital receive a per diem allowance for meals and lodging. Legislators must be qualified voters, at least 21 years old, and should have lived in their district for at least a year prior to election.

Governor and Lt. Governor
Election Cycle: 2006, 2010, 2014. Term Limit: 2 consecutive 4-year terms

Governor Brian Sandoval (R) (Jan. 1, 2011) replaces Jim Gibbons who did not seek re-election
The Governor's salary increased from $117,000 to $141,000 effective January, 2007
Salary increased to $149,573 effective January 1, 2011
although the new governor says he won't accept the increase

Lieutenant Governor Brian Krolicki (R) first elected 2006, re-elected 2010
The Lt. Governor's salary increased from $50,000 to $60,000 effective January, 2007
Salary increased to $63,648 effective January 1, 2011


Elected State Offices
Election Cycle: 2006, 2010, 2014. Term Limit: Eight years or 2 terms

Secretary of State Ross Miller (D) first elected 2006, re-elected 2010
Salary increased from $80,000 to $97,000 effective January, 2007
Salary increased to $102,888 effective January 1, 2011

State Treasurer Kate Marshall (D) first elected 2006, re-elected 2010
Salary increased from $80,000 to $97,000 effective January, 2007
Salary increased to $102,888 effective January 1, 2011

State Controller Kim Wallin (D) first elected 2006, re-elected 2010
Salary increased from $80,000 to $97,000 effective January, 2007
Salary increased to $102,888 effective January 1, 2011

Attorney General Catherine Cortez Masto (D) first elected 2006, re-elected 2010
Salary increased from $110,000 to $133,000 effective January, 2007
Salary increased to $141,086 effective January 1, 2011


^Top   • City

City Officials

Reno Mayor Bob Cashell, first elected 2002, re-elected 2006, 2010

Sparks Mayor Geno Martini, temporary mayor July, 2003, elected full term 2006, re-elected 2010

Carson City Mayor Bob Crowell, elected to first four-year term starting January 5, 2009

Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman, elected to first term June 7, 2011
Husband Oscar Goodman was elected to his third four-year term (term limit) in April, 2007

North Las Vegas Mayor Shari L. Buck elected to first four-year term 2009

Henderson Mayor Andy A. Hafen elected to first four-year term 2009


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