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Steve Sebelius breaks down 3 takeaways from the Nevada primary

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Nevada’s voters had their say in Tuesday’s primary, boosting many candidates by overwhelming margins in major races but they delivered few surprises. 

Politics Now Co-host Steve Sebelius has followed the Nevada elections for decades. He breaks down three things he noticed on primary election day. 

Here are the results of the top races:

U.S. Senate Dem – Primary

   1,989 of 1,989 precincts – 100 percent

   x-Jacky Rosen 110,530 – 77 percent

   None of these candidates 10,070 – 7 percent

   David Knight 6,340 – 4 percent

   Allen Rheinhart 4,774 – 3 percent

   Jesse Sbaih 4,538 – 3 percent

   Bobby Mahendra 3,833 – 3 percent

   Danny Burleigh 3,244 – 2 percent

U.S. Senate GOP – Primary

   1,989 of 1,989 precincts – 100 percent

   x-Dean Heller (i) 99,472 – 70 percent

   Tom Heck 26,291 – 18 percent

   None of these candidates 5,975 – 4 percent

   Sherry Brooks 5,144 – 4 percent

   Sarah Gazala 4,011 – 3 percent

   Vic Harrell 1,282 – 1 percent

Governor Dem – Primary

   1,989 of 1,989 precincts – 100 percent

   x-Steve Sisolak 72,726 – 50 percent

   Christina Giunchigliani 56,491 – 39 percent

   None of these candidates 5,065 – 3 percent

   John Bonaventura 4,345 – 3 percent

   Henry Thorns 2,760 – 2 percent

   David Jones 2,510 – 2 percent

   Asheesh Dewan 1,467 – 1 percent

Governor GOP – Primary

   1,989 of 1,989 precincts – 100 percent

   x-Adam Laxalt 101,617 – 71 percent

   Dan Schwartz 12,916 – 9 percent

   Jared Fisher 6,696 – 5 percent

   Stephanie Carlisle 6,400 – 5 percent

   None of these candidates 6,133 – 4 percent

   Bill Boyd 6,026 – 4 percent

   Stan Lusak 1,010 – 1 percent

   Frederick Conquest 766 – 1 percent

   Edward Dundas 575 – 0 percent

U.S. House District 1 Las Vegas Dem – Primary

   309 of 309 precincts – 100 percent

   x-Dina Titus (i) 20,897 – 79 percent

   Reuben D’Silva 5,659 – 21 percent

U.S. House District 1 Las Vegas GOP – Primary

   309 of 309 precincts – 100 percent

   x-Joyce Bentley 6,444 – 55 percent

   Fred Horne 5,235 – 45 percent

U.S. House District 2 North, Reno Dem – Primary

   774 of 774 precincts – 100 percent

   x-Clint Koble 9,451 – 26 percent

   Patrick Fogarty 8,614 – 24 percent

   Rick Shepherd 7,696 – 21 percent

   Vance Alm 4,781 – 13 percent

   Jesse Hurley 2,907 – 8 percent

   Jack Schofield 2,711 – 7 percent

U.S. House District 2 North, Reno GOP – Primary

   774 of 774 precincts – 100 percent

   x-Mark Amodei (i) 42,335 – 72 percent

   Sharron Angle 10,829 – 18 percent

   Joel Beck 5,002 – 8 percent

   Ian Luetkehans 881 – 1 percent

U.S. House District 3 South of Las Vegas Dem – Primary

   424 of 424 precincts – 100 percent

   x-Susie Lee 25,474 – 67 percent

   Michael Weiss 3,115 – 8 percent

   Eric Stoltz 2,758 – 7 percent

   Jack Love 2,208 – 6 percent

   Rick Hart 1,847 – 5 percent

   Steve Schiffman 1,338 – 4 percent

   Guy Pinjuv 1,331 – 3 percent

U.S. House District 3 South of Las Vegas GOP – Primary

   424 of 424 precincts – 100 percent

   x-Danny Tarkanian 15,257 – 44 percent

   Michelle Mortensen 8,491 – 25 percent

   Scott Hammond 5,804 – 17 percent

   David McKeon 1,698 – 5 percent

   Annette Teijeiro 1,225 – 4 percent

   Patrick Carter 942 – 3 percent

   Stephanie Jones 450 – 1 percent

   Eddie Hamilton 360 – 1 percent

   Thomas La Croix 345 – 1 percent

U.S. House District 4 Central Dem – Primary

   482 of 482 precincts – 100 percent

   x-Steven Horsford 22,698 – 62 percent

   Pat Spearman 5,607 – 15 percent

   Amy Vilela 3,388 – 9 percent

   Allison Stephens 2,215 – 6 percent

   John Anzalone 2,132 – 6 percent

   Sid Zeller 734 – 2 percent

U.S. House District 4 Central GOP – Primary

   482 of 482 precincts – 100 percent

   x-Cresent Hardy 15,252 – 47 percent

   David Gibbs 6,098 – 19 percent

   Bill Townsend 3,659 – 11 percent

   Kenneth Wegner 3,625 – 11 percent

   Jeff Miller 2,560 – 8 percent

   Mike Monroe 971 – 3 percent

   AP Elections contributed to this report.

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