Noel Searles spent July 21 watching Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump accept his party’s nomination live. And this week, he was holding a “Make America Great Again” while he watched Hillary Clinton accept the Democratic nomination on TV.
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A daughter-and-father duo are delegates at the Democratic National Committee. The daughter is from Nevada, while the father is from Texas.
With the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia this week, conventional wisdom is hardening behind this idea: Hillary Clinton is going to be the next president.
Immigration reform was given a prominent place at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia on Monday, and Las Vegas immigration reform activists and a young girl were front and center.
Comic Sarah Silverman joined Sen. Al Franken Monday night to urge Democratic National Convention delegates to unite — then stirred up Bernie Sanders die-hards with some choice words.
Democrats divided over the future of their party agreed on at least one thing at their national convention in Philadelphia on Monday night: Michelle Obama was a star.
Declaring that Hillary Clinton will make an “outstanding president,” her former Democratic rival Bernie Sanders laid out his case for supporting her to a crowd that included 1,846 delegates pledged to his campaign.
The long ride down Philadelphia’s Broad Street is just a short hike compared to the rift that still exists between supporters of Bernie Sanders and presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton.
First lady Michelle Obama stepped into the presidential election Monday with a forceful, impassioned defense of Hillary Clinton, casting her as the only candidate who can be trusted as a role model for the nation’s children. She took numerous swipes at Republican Donald Trump, all without mentioning his name.
You can tell a lot about a political party by what it puts in the swag bag.
With boos and chants of “Feel the Bern,” die-hard backers of Bernie Sanders signaled on Monday that they just aren’t ready to coalesce around the presidential bid of Hillary Clinton despite his pleas.
The FBI said Monday it is investigating how thousands of Democratic National Committee emails were hacked, a breach that Hillary Clinton’s campaign maintains was committed by Russia to benefit Donald Trump.
Nevada party officials and state delegates to the Democratic National Convention want to avoid making the four-day event about the Wikileaks-driven release of hacked emails.
Bernie Sanders supporters gathered at the Fremont Street Experience the day before the Democratic National Convention to show the candidate and the country that they are still behind him.
Debbie Wasserman Schultz is resigning under pressure as Democratic Party chairwoman, a stunning leadership shakeup as party officials gather in Philadelphia to nominate Hillary Clinton.
It’s Hillary Clinton’s turn this week to lay out her case to voters. She’ll be the first female candidate to be nominated by a major U.S. political party for the presidency, a goal that eluded her in 2008 when Barack Obama was nominated.
A local activist filed a police report against a member of U.S. Rep. Joe Heck’s staff claiming she was assaulted while she filmed the congressman leaving an appearance Wednesday morning.
Hillary Clinton introduced running mate Tim Kaine as “a progressive who likes to get things done,” joining the Virginia senator in the crucial battleground state of Florida to help kick off next week’s Democratic National Convention.
A cache of more than 19,000 emails from Democratic party officials, leaked in advance of Hillary Clinton’s nomination at the party’s convention next week in Philadelphia, details the acrimonious split between the Democratic National Committee and Clinton’s former rival, Sen. Bernie Sanders.
Democratic Senate candidate Catherine Cortez Masto launched a new ad this week in Reno and Las Vegas that looks to play on the split among Republicans over Gov. Brian Sandoval’s controversial 2015 tax initiative.
A handful of Nevadans are scheduled to speak at next week’s Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia.
U.S. Sen. Tim Kaine of Virginia, Hillary Clinton’s new vice presidential running mate, could be the ticket to swinging the Nevada nonpartisan vote in her favor, according to a political science expert from University of Nevada, Reno.
The Trump campaign calls Virginia Sen. Tim Kaine “ethically challenged,” citing a Politico report that he accepted $160,000 in gifts from 2001 to 2009, when he was Virginia’s lieutenant governor and governor.