The red wave failed to emerge in Nevada in the 2022 elections, with Republicans winning a handful of offices but failing to sweep.
Author: Aidan Sterk
Four years after a wipeout in 2014, Democrats won back all but one statewide office in Nevada in 2018’s blue wave.
California Republicans made unexpected gains in the 2022 House elections, holding all their seats while flipping one in the Central Valley
The last red wave in Nevada occurred in 2014, when Republicans swept all statewide races, most by wide margins.
Republicans not only failed to break the Democratic supermajority, they lost a seat, reducing them to only 8 seats in the State Senate.
Aidan Sterk looks back at the 2010 Nevada statewide elections, a mixed bag for Republicans outside the gubernatorial election.
Arnold Schwarzenegger won re-election in 2006 with margins that would be unthinkable for a Republican candidate in the modern age.
Republican candidate Lanhee Chen overperformed his fellow Republicans in 2022, especially in the strongly Democratic Bay Area.
California swung slightly right in 2022’s gubernatorial contest, with Republicans overperforming in several regions compared to 2018.