Libertarian Party of Nevada Files Most Candidates In 40 Years for An Election in The State of Nevada

Libertarian Party of Nevada Files Most Candidates In 40 Years for An Election in The State of Nevada


Las Vegas, NV— Today the Libertarian Party of Nevada announced they’ve produced the largest slate of Libertarian candidates in 40 years for an election in Nevada. Following the candidate filing period, which ended, March 18th, 2002, the LPNV had 25 total candidates file for election in 2022. For the full press release CLICK HERE.

“We’ve been dedicated to recruiting and training candidates over the past year, a strategic effort to get Libertarians elected” said Elections Committee Director Brandon Davis.


Voters across Nevada will see a Libertarian on the ballot in November 2022 in every statewide race, US Senate, US Congress, NV Senate, NV Assembly, and County & City races. These third options give voters an opportunity to have more choices outside of the two major parties.


This is a momentous shift for the State of Nevada, where the largest block of voters currently are non-democrat and non-republican. Davis said, “It’s blatantly apparent that a majority of people in Nevada feel “politically homeless”. We believe the Libertarian Party is that home, they just don’t yet know it. We are the only party with candidates who will fight for the rights of all Nevadans, school choice, true criminal justice reform, reducing the burden of taxation, and so much more.”




The Libertarian Party of Nevada is a state affiliate of the third largest political party in the United States. It holds ballot access and is recognized as a minor party in the State of Nevada. The object of this organization shall be to tirelessly and consistently promote the philosophy and principles of libertarianism in the political realm; by electing candidates to local and state offices, by supporting or opposing individual government policies, by joining issue-based coalitions, by engaging in advocacy, outreach and direct action, and by supporting the development of alternatives to state-based solutions.