There's a dearth of Democratic congressional candidates in the 3rd District.
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See, Las Vegas? This is why we can't have nice things. The Department of Motor Vehicles has disabled the remote access feature of the "Dash Pass" system, because too many people were signing up but never showing up.
Back in 2012, U.S. Sen. Dean Heller said something interesting.
If nothing else, you have to give North Las Vegas Municipal Court Judge Catherine Ramsey credit for boldness and audacity.
There are plenty of numbers in politics, some that are quite meaningful and others that don‘t mean much.
Southern Nevada‘s Democrats seemingly have more candidates in the 4th Congressional District than there are zombies in "The Walking Dead," but nobody to carry the party‘s banner in the 3rd District in 2016.
Danny Tarkanian is a four-time loser when it comes to politics.
Switching to a new computer system comes with its share of headaches; please bear with us as we do that on this blog.
A stroke of the president’s pen on Friday appeared to put some Nevadans in danger of having a stroke.
Former Assembly Speaker John Oceguera will certainly be seeing a lot of familiar faces on the trail as he campaigns for Congress in the Fourth District.
Former Assembly Speaker John Oceguera will run for Congress in the 4th Congressional District.
State Sen. Aaron Ford, D-Las Vegas, today announced he would not run for the 3rd Congressional District, opting instead to run for re-election.
There’s no question running for U.S. Senate against Rep. Joe Heck will be the most difficult race former Attorney General Catherine Cortez Masto has ever had.
Rep. Joe Heck did a round of interviews with television and print reporters Monday after announcing his candidacy for the U.S. Senate on Twitter.
Rep. Joe Heck announced today he’ll give up his House seat to challenge former Attorney General Catherine Cortez Masto for the U.S. Senate seat left open by the retiring Harry Reid.
Politics attracts more than its share of crackpots, and we shouldn’t blame candidates for the excesses of their deranged fans, but a teachable moment went sadly unrealized last week when Republican U.S. Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky visited Mesquite.
A recent Gallup poll shows more people would vote for an atheist for president than would vote for a socialist.
Two presidential candidates dropped in on Nevada during the past three days, and they couldn’t have been more different.
Attorney General Adam Laxalt joined a lawsuit against the EPA over water rules, with the full cooperation of Gov. Brian Sandoval.
For a group of conservative lawmakers and activists who’d love nothing better than to circulate a petition to repeal the just-enacted tax increases of the 2015 Legislature, the hurdle of the so-called single subject rule is a high one.
Now that people are calling to replace Hey, Reb, the UNLV mascot who had Confederate origins, with a less offensive choice, here are some possible alternatives.
Pat Spearman said she knew immediately when she heard about the slayings of nine people in a historically black South Carolina church last week that it was an act of racial hatred.
It’s long past time for the battle flag of the Confederacy to be removed from government property, everywhere in the United States.
There came a moment during Bernie Sanders’ town hall meeting at Treasure Island on Friday when he blurted out a seemingly spontaneous line that was really anything but.
Review-Journal political reporter Laura Myers died Friday after a long battle with cancer. She was 53.
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