Since last Saturday, 65 Culinary Local 226 members have been walking door-to-door in northern Clark County, urging members to vote for U.S. Rep. Steven Horsford, a Democrat in danger of being swept out of Congress by a surprisingly strong GOP wave crashing across Nevada.
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More than most Nevada candidates, Democrat Lucy Flores has counted on Hispanic voters to back her for lieutenant governor to boost her chances of beating Republican Mark Hutchison.
Democrat Jesse “Jake” Holder is ineligible to be a candidate in the Assembly District 10 election, Clark County District Judge Michael Villani ruled Wednesday.
Vice President Joe Biden will come to Las Vegas on Saturday in a bid to boost Democratic voter turnout and counter a Republican early voting advantage that’s approaching 20,000 ballots cast so far.
Early voting has been underway since Oct. 18, and thus far, 15.3 percent of all registered voters have voted early, by mail or by absentee ballot. There are three days left before early voting wraps up.
On a mission to save Nevada Democrats, former President Bill Clinton on Tuesday urged supporters at a rally to vote or suffer the consequences: a GOP-led Congress that would favor the rich over workers, try to repeal Obamacare and shut down the government “over and over and over.
In every key Nevada race, Republicans have cast more early-voting ballots than Democrats ahead of today’s rally starring former President Bill Clinton, who is being brought in by Nevada Democrats who hope the “comeback kid” can boost party turnout and head off a GOP sweep of state offices.
When voters go to the polls, they won’t find the Margins Tax or the Education Initiative on the ballot. Instead they’ll encounter Question 3.
Businesses that collect at least $1 million in annual revenue are in jeopardy of paying a 2 percent margin tax if Question 3, an initiative that seeks to increase public school funding, comes out on top when ballots are counted Nov. 4.
Retired Las Vegas police Capt. Larry Burns, 56, is the officers’ choice to replace Clark County Sheriff Doug Gillespie, and he’s within striking distance of the favorite, Assistant Sheriff Joe Lombardo, in the final weeks leading up to the election.
Las Vegas police Assistant Sheriff Joe Lombardo, 52, is currently outgoing Clark County Sheriff Doug Gillespie’s right-hand man. But if Lombardo wants to win, he’ll have to go through popular retired Captain Larry Burns.
The Silver State’s two-pronged approach to medical marijuana permitting has acquitted itself nicely, especially when stacked up against oft-criticized systems in Colorado and California, an investor banker says.
Nevada voters will decide next month whether to give lawmakers the power to raise mining taxes — a revenue source long decried by critics as an under-tapped funding spigot shielded by the state constitution.
Erica Lafferty still can’t walk into a school without thinking of Dec. 14, 2012, the horrible day her mother was killed by a disturbed man who shot 20 first-graders and six adults at Sandy Hook Elementary School.
Republican Rep. Joe Heck and his Democratic challenger, Erin Bilbray, disagreed Friday on how much leeway to give U.S. intelligence agencies as they track suspected terrorists and on how far Nevada should go in approving online gaming.
The Senate Ethics Committee “never received” a complaint filed almost a year ago against Sen. Harry Reid by a conservative watchdog group that said it has receipts showing it was delivered.
Looking to energize Nevada Democrats, former President Bill Clinton will lead a “vote early, vote now” rally in Las Vegas on Tuesday, one week before the Nov. 4 election in which Republicans are turning out in greater numbers than Democrats in early voting.
Is it really that super-hard for would-be members of the state Legislature to live in the districts they want to represent?
Lucy Flores has run 26.2-mile marathons five times.
The Republican Attorneys General Association has pumped another $500,000 into its TV ad buy in Nevada — for a total of nearly $2.5 million — to help Adam Laxalt defeat Democrat Ross Miller in the attorney general’s race.
The candidate running against Clark County School Board President Erin Cranor filed an ethics complaint against her Thursday for Cranor’s actions described in a lawsuit against the district and her, individually.
Cliven Bundy, the Southern Nevada rancher who was criticized earlier this year for suggesting that African-Americans were better off as slaves, is raising eyebrows again.
Former President Bill Clinton plans to come to Nevada next week to help Democrats get out the vote, a person familiar with his schedule confirmed Thursday.
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