Meet Your Congressional Candidates

Here are your Republican candidates for House of Representatives in Congressional District 1 (Map),
Congressional District 3 (Map A and Map B), and Congressional District 4 (Map A and Map B).
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• Candidates are listed in alphabetical order by last name.
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• Notice: We update this list when new candidates join the race. The last day for a candidate to file is March 13, 2020.

Congressional District 1 (CD1)

Currently no candidates have filed.

Congressional District 3 (CD3)


Wrestler, Businessman

Daniel Rodimer is an American former professional wrestler better known by the ring name Dan Rodman. He is best known for his work with World Wrestling Entertainment wrestling on its Raw brand. He was a District 8 Senate candidate and lost the primary on June 12, 2018. Rodimer claims he was unjustly arrested for an incident at a Waffle House where he stood up to a group of men bullying his friend.


Businessman, Army Veteran

Dan Schwartz is a former Nevada State Treasurer, serving from January 2015 to January 2019. An international businessman and attorney, Schwartz defeated his Democratic opponent, former Nevada State Controller Kim Wallin, in 2014. Schwartz is an Army veteran, and obtained his bachelor's degree from Princeton University, J.D. from Boston University and M.B.A. from Columbia University.

Congressional District 4 (CD4)


Businessman, Nye County Commissioner

Leo Blundo serves on the Nye County Board of Highway Commissioners and Nye County Regional Transportation Commission advocating roadway repair. He is well known for fixing potholes. Blundo has called out Republicans in Carson City and Washington DC regarding Nevada's failing roads and infrastructure.



Catherine Prato is a nurse and nurse-educator. She opposes Medicare-for-all and thinks that our leaders should focus on cost-effective solutions that expand Americans’ access to quality, affordable care without jeopardizing the coverage that a majority of Americans rely on and are satisfied with. Prato believes that by expanding Medicaid in all 50 states, health coverage can be delivered to millions of people, and expanding federal subsidies while using reinsurance to help stabilize premiums to increase health care affordability.


Former Assemblyman, Entrepreneur

Jim Marchant is a former member of the Nevada Assembly, representing the 37th district, which covers parts of the northwestern Las Vegas Valley. In 1994, Marchant started one of the nation’s first Internet Service Provider companies (ISP), and served as President to the nation’s only Internet Service Providers Association, which formulated and lobbied for many of the cyber laws that exist today. In 1999, Gov. Jeb Bush and the Florida Legislature appointed him to serve on the Florida Information Service Technology Development Task Force.


Navy Reserves

Charles Navarro is the former Re-entry Manager with Hope for Prisoners, a faith-based organization that works to ensure the recently incarcerated strengthen the skills necessary for employment. He has a B.A. in Political Science from UNLV. Navarro has served in the U.S. Navy for twelve years and his military accolades include four Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medals. He previously served as Military and Veterans Affairs Representative for both Congressman Cresent Hardy and Congressman Howard McKeon.


Veteran, Business Owner

Sam Peters is the Owner of Peters Family Insurance, a very successful risk management firm with two storefronts in the greater Las Vegas area. He also spent two years as a corporate employee managing nearly $100M in annual revenue. In 2013, Sam retired as a Major from the United States Air Force after more than twenty years of service and being deployed all over the world. He has earned a bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice Administration, graduating Magna Cum Laude, and a Master of Science in Administration, focus on law, with a perfect 4.0 GPA.



Randi Reed has worked in Nevada's construction and development industry for the last two decades. Reed and her husband run a furniture manufacturing business. She serves as an industry advocate, working alongside leading developers as they accommodate growth and forge private and public partnerships. Reed is an award-winning small business owner, involved parent, advocate, and non-profit supporter.


Entrepreneur, Former Pageant Queen

Lisa Song Sutton is an entrepreneur, a real estate investor and a former Miss Nevada United States crown holder. She recently opened her second shipping store in North Las Vegas. Song Sutton said her inspiration to run for Congress came from two elderly women who said they were forced to ride a bus to the closest post office, and learning about her customers' struggles with the lack of services and resources in the area.



Rebecca Wood is an award winning photographer and businesswoman with deep ties to her community and a longing to serve the people of her region. Growing up in a military family, and now a wife to a service member, Rebecca has always understood the value of public service. She has passion, persistence, relatability, and wants to be the voice for her district on a bigger platform.