Nevada Supreme Court elections
Justices of the Nevada Supreme Court are elected to six year terms by nonpartisan election.
In order to join the court, an individual must meet the following qualifications:
Terms end on the first Monday of the January following the justice's election.
See also: Nevada judicial elections, 2012To organize the columns, click on the arrows in the column heading.
See also: Nevada judicial elections, 2010
There were three races for the Nevada Supreme Court in 2008; one unopposed and two contested. Justice Michael Cherry did not draw an opponent and was re-elected to Seat C. Incumbent Michael Douglas was elected to a full term on the court following a 2004 appointment. Nancy Saitta was elected to the court, to the seat vacated by Justice Bob Rose in 2006.
In Nevada, voters are given the option to select "None of these candidates" on the ballot.