Dear Fellow Clark County Voters,

There is no greater right than the right to vote. Our country’s democracy succeeds when every eligible voter participates. Through voting, you can select your local, state and national leaders to make sure that your voice is heard. The Statewide Primary is Tuesday, June 12.

The election is fast approaching. I encourage you to participate in your most fundamental right as a citizen of these United States of America.

All of the information is presented here as a reference for you. This Voter Guide can help you make informed decisions.

The Review Journal’s Voters Guide is nonpartisan & unbiased and lists candidates in contested races who are on the Primary Election ballot.

The Las Vegas Review-Journal has posted its online Voters Guide to help Nevadans learn about the primary election field of candidates for Clark County Sheriff.

Early voting begins Saturday May 26 and runs through June 8. Election day is June 12. In previous elections, about half the ballots were cast during the early voting period. Be prepared at the polls with information from The Las Vegas Review Journal’s voters’ guide.

The results of this year’s midterm elections will be immensely important — not just in shaping the direction of the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department, but in shaping the county’s law enforcement landscape for many years to come.

Furthermore, the results of the 2018 primary will have an enormous impact on the course of Clark County law enforcement for the next four years.

I hope this Voter Guide will encourage increased voter participation and active citizenship, especially among voters new to the process or anyone with a recent history of lower participation in our election process.

Thank you for your commitment to the future of both our nation and state. Your vote is your voice. Be heard. CAST YOUR VOTE!

-Tim Bedwell




On June 12, 2018, vote Tim Bedwell
for Clark County Sheriff


  1. If you want to beat Lombardo, you will have to tell the Clark County voters that you will work to provide a decent response time to neighborhood requests for police.
    The complaint of Clark County home owners is that “the strip is number one” and the home owner is the step child to receive police when they are available.

    Twenty minute response when strangers are casing your neighbors house (who is out of town) is not acceptable!
    The home owner & average person in Clark County needs the same response time as the casinos!

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