Senator Harry Reid (D)
Senator Dean Heller (R)
In May 2011, Dean Heller was appointed by Governor Brian Sandoval as Nevada's junior senator to fill the vacancy created by the resignation of John Ensign. He was then elected to a full term representing the state of Nevada in the United States Senate in November 2012. Senator Heller serves on the Senate Committees on Energy and Natural Resources; Commerce, Science, and Transportation; Aging; Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs; and Veterans' Affairs.
Representative Joe Heck (R)
In November 2010, Joe Heck was elected to represent Nevada’s Third Congressional District and was reelected to a second term in November 2012. The Third District, which was reconfigured following the 2010 Census and the addition of a fourth Congressional seat for Nevada, is located entirely within Clark County and occupies the area south of Las Vegas, including Henderson and most of unincorporated Clark County. Congressman Heck serves on the House Committees on Armed Services, Education and the Workforce, and Intelligence.
Representative Dina Titus (D)
In November 2008, Dina Titus was elected as Nevada’s representative of the Third Congressional District. was After two years away from Congress, she was elected to represent Nevada’s updated First Congressional District. The First District is located entirely within Clark County and occupies most of Nevada’s largest city, Las Vegas, as well as parts of North Las Vegas and unincorporated Clark County. She serves on the House Committees on Transportation and Infrastructure and Veterans’ Affairs.
Representative Mark Amodei (R)
In a special election held in September 2011, Mark Amodei was elected to represent Nevada’s Second Congressional District. He was elected to a full term in November 2012. The Second District includes ten of Nevada's seventeen counties in their entirety, and a portion of Lyon County. Congressman Amodei serves on House Committees on Natural Resources, the Judiciary, and Veteran’s Affairs.
Representative Steven Horsford (D)
In November 2012, Steven Horsford was elected to represent Nevada’s newly created Fourth Congressional District. The Fourth District is located in the central portion of Nevada and includes most of northern Clark County, parts of Douglas and Lyon counties, and all of Esmeralda, Lincoln, Mineral, Nye, and White Pine counties. Congressman Horsford serves on the House Committees on Natural Resources, Homeland Security, and Oversight and Government Reform.