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Las Vegas Township Justice Court, Nevada

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2014

CourtNameIncumbencyPartyPrimary electionGeneral election
Las Vegas Township Justice Court Diana L. Sullivan Yes 77.8% Yes check.svg
Las Vegas Township Justice Court Marian Kahoiwai Kamalani No 22.8% Red x.svg
JudgeElection Vote
Eric A. Goodman 100% Yes check.svg

2012

  • Cynthia Dustin-Cruz received 35.68% of the vote in the primary election on June 12.[1] She defeated incumbent William D. Jansen by an extremely narrow margin in the general election on November 6, earning 50.09% of the vote.[2]
See also: Nevada judicial elections, 2012 - Justice Courts
  • Deborah J. Lippis ran for re-election to her position as Department 1 justice of the peace on the Las Vegas Township Justice Court. She defeated Vincent Ginn in the Nevada general election on November 6, 2012, earning 60.21% of the vote. Her term will expire in January 2019.[3]
See also: Nevada judicial elections, 2012 - Justice Courts
  • Joe Sciscento maintained his position on the Las Vegas Township Justice Court after running unopposed in the primary election on June 12, 2012.[4] His term will expire in January 2019.
See also: Nevada judicial elections, 2012 - Justice Courts
  • Melanie Andress-Tobiasson maintained her position on the Las Vegas Township Justice Court after running unopposed in the primary election on June 12, 2012.[5] Her new term will end in January 2019.
See also: Nevada judicial elections, 2012 - Justice Courts
  • Ann E. Zimmerman ran for re-election to her position as Department 8 justice of the peace on the Las Vegas Township Justice Court. She defeated Amy Chelini in the Nevada general election on November 6, 2012, earning 54.71% of the vote. Her term will expire in January 2019.[6]
See also: Nevada judicial elections, 2012 - Justice Courts

2010

  • Suzan Baucum won 34.58% of the vote in the primary, advancing her to general election. She defeated James Leslie Gubler in that election, winning 59.36% of the vote.[7][8]
Main article: Nevada judicial elections, 2010
  • Karen Bennett-Haron defeated Robert Kurth in the general election, winning 61.68% of the vote.[9]
See also: Nevada judicial elections, 2010
  • Joe M. Bonaventure was re-elected after running unopposed in the general election.[10]
See also: Nevada judicial elections, 2010
  • Conrad Hafen won 41.14% of the vote in the primary, advancing him to general election. He defeated Bernie Zadrowski in that election, winning 54.84% of the vote.[11]

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Main article: Nevada judicial elections, 2010
  • William Kephart was elected to the Las Vegas Township Justice Court in 2010. He defeated Kristine Kuzemka in the general election, winning 58.98% of the vote.[13]
See also: Nevada judicial elections, 2010
  • Janiece Marshall was elected to the Justice Court. She won 32% of the vote in the primary, advancing her to general election. Her defeated Tony L. Abbatangelo in the general election, winning 50.27% of the vote.[14]

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Main article: Nevada judicial elections, 2010
  • Melissa Saragosa was re-elected to the justice court after running unopposed in the general election.[16]
Main article: Nevada judicial elections, 2010
  • Joe Sciscento was re-elected after running unopposed.[17]
Main article: Nevada judicial elections, 2010
  • Melanie Andress-Tobiasson was re-elected after running unopposed in the general election.[18]
Main article: Nevada judicial elections, 2010


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