Professional poker player Frank Kassela on Monday folded his bid for Congress in Nevada’s 3rd Congressional District.
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It might be just under three years until Election Day, but that isn’t stopping gamblers from placing wagers on who will succeed President Barak Obama in the White House.
William Hill said Monday a customer in London placed a $2,400 bet with 5-to-2 odds on Hillary Clinton to succeed President Obama in 2016, the largest bet placed so far on the 2016 U.S. presidential election.
District Attorney Steve Wolfson kicked off his campaign to remain Clark County’s top prosecutor Wednesday, unsheathing a political machine full of celebrities, judges, mayors, ex-politicos and a half-million dollar war chest.
Republicans on Friday pressed an attack on Democratic House hopeful Erin Bilbray, seeking to escalate controversy over an awkward remark the first-time Nevada candidate made this week on a statewide interview show.
Las Vegas Democrat Erin Bilbray raised $253,000 in her first three months as a candidate for Congress, a sum that paced incumbent Rep. Joe Heck in Nevada’s most closely watched race for federal office.
Creating interest in the state controller’s race is as difficult as attracting crowds to a tiddlywinks tournament, but a qualified auditor is necessary to ensure the state is spending money appropriately.
CARSON CITY — Lt. Gov. Brian Krolicki, the ball is in your court.
Las Vegas police Capt. Larry Burns will run for Clark County sheriff, he told the Review-Journal Tuesday.
“I never really said I was going to run. I only said I was considering it,” said Bill Young, 57, who was was sheriff from 2003 to 2007 and now serves as vice president of security for Station Casinos. Current Sheriff Doug Gillespie has announced he’s not running again.