Last Updated January 20, 2017

President / Vice President

 

Senate (United States)

 

Representative in Congress

Map of Congressional Districts In Clark County

Congressional Apportionment and the U.S. Census


president / vice president of the united states

Term Commencement:

The President and Vice President take office at noon on the 20th day of January next following their election.
(U.S. Constitution, 20th Amendment)

Donald J. TrumpMichael R. Pence (Republican)
4-year term expires in 2020
Contact Information for the President and Vice President

Donald J. Trump 

 

Michael R. Pence 

Donald J. Trump

 

Michael R. Pence


SENATE (UNITED STATES)

Term Commencement:

U.S. Senators take office at noon on January 3 next following their election.
(U.S. Constitution, 20th Amendment)

Catherine Cortez Masto (Democrat)
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6-year term expires in 2022
(Takes Office on January 3, 2017) 
 

Catherine Cortez Masto, U.S. Senate

Dean Heller (Republican)
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6-year term expires in 2018
 

Dean Heller, U.S. Senate  


REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS

TERM COMMENCEMENT:
Representatives in Congress take office at noon on January 3 next following their election.
(U.S. Constitution, 20th Amendment)

Dina Titus (Democrat)
Congressional District 1
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2-year term expires in 2018
(Takes Office on January 3, 2017)
Dina Titus, Congressional District 1

Jacky Rosen (Democrat)
Congressional District 3
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2-year term expires in 2018
(Takes Office on January 3, 2017)
Jacky Rosen, Congressional District 3

Ruben Kihuen (Democrat)
Congressional District 4*
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2-year term expires in 2018
(Takes Office on January 3, 2017)
Ruben Kihuen, Congressional District 4

*NOTE: This office covers areas in
multiple Counties, i.e., Clark,
Esmeralda, Lincoln, Mineral,
Nye, and White Pine.

 

 

 
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