Who can blame Nevada Republican Party stalwarts from being giddy over their ever-improving prospects in this year’s election?
On that subject, GOP sources tell me to expect several moves. Some are anticipated, others perhaps not as obvious. Here are three under consideration.
Don’t be surprised if Lt. Gov Brian Krolicki makes his bid for the U.S. Senate official by Monday. I'm also hearing Sen. Randolph Townsend is sizing up a run for Lieutenant Governor. This is a smart call, in my opinion.
In perhaps the savviest idea yet, veteran legislator Mark Amodei is said to be considering switching from a U.S. Senate run to challenging for state Attorney General.
Sounds like the state’s Republicans are thinking on their feet.
How will the Democrats answer?