Republican presidential candidate Rand Paul told an audience that included rogue rancher Cliven Bundy that he supports relinquishing federal management of public lands.
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Major party presidential candidates, particularly in the crowded Republican field, might have a tough time getting press attention this election cycle, but they have nothing on Dennis Andrew Ball.
Rather than basking in the glow of victory after the GOP swept the Nevada Assembly, Senate and state constitutional races just seven months ago, conservative Republicans are plotting against their own for 2016 and trying to make what’s been called the biggest tax increase in state history go away.
Louisiana Governor and U.S. presidential candidate Bobby Jindal caused a Twitter storm of jokes and insults in India on Thursday after he said he dislikes being called an Indian-American.
Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal, once a Republican rising star who passed on an opportunity to seek the White House in 2012, announced his candidacy on Wednesday under much more trying circumstances.
The Kentucky senator has four planned stops for Monday, and the former Florida governor will be in Henderson on Saturday.
Heller’s campaign will return a $500 campaign contribution received in 2012 from the leader of a white supremacist group mentioned by the alleged killer of nine people in a Charleston, S.C. church.
Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders told a Las Vegas audience Friday that his campaign is going to send a strong message to the billionaire class.
Republican leaders plan to launch a counter-offensive intended to undercut Hillary Clinton as she travels to Nevada this week.
Real estate mogul and TV personality Donald Trump announced on Tuesday that he is a candidate for the Republican nomination in the 2016 presidential election.
Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush officially launched his bid Monday to be the GOP nominee for president in 2016, seeking to join his brother, President George W. Bush, and his father, President George H.W. Bush, in occupying the White House.
The general public finds some famous movie villains more popular than all of the candidates running for president in 2016.
Three announced and presumed presidential candidates, from the high-profile to the long shots, will make the trek to Las Vegas this week.
Hillary Clinton took the stage on New York City’s Roosevelt Island Saturday, looking to offer hundreds of supporters her answer to the question that has dogged her presidential campaign through its first two months: Why?
Michelle Kwan, the two-time Olympic medalist figure skater, has joined Hillary Clinton’s campaign as a full-time and permanent staffer, according to a Clinton aide.
Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval announced Tuesday he will not run for Harry Reid’s U.S. Senate seat. U.S. Rep. Joe Heck said he will soon announce his plans.
A group called the WeDecideCoalition.com has been formed to put Gov. Brian Sandoval’s revenue plan on the 2016 ballot as a voter referendum.
The race for the Republican Party’s 2016 presidential nomination includes 10 candidates who have formally declared their intention to run and several others likely to launch bids for the White House.
Jeb Bush will announce his bid for the Republican presidential nomination on June 15 in Miami, finally jumping into the crowded field after a chorus of criticism about how he is handling his non-campaign and moving to shore up flagging support.
Former Texas Governor Rick Perry announced on Thursday he will pursue the Republican presidential nomination again in 2016, seeking redemption for a fumbled White House bid in 2012.
Republican Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal plans to make an announcement in New Orleans this month on whether to join the crowded field of candidates seeking his party’s 2016 presidential nomination.
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton will speak to a group of Latino elected and appointed officials during her June 18 visit to Las Vegas.
Gov. Brian Sandoval said Tuesday he will be announcing “very soon” his decision on whether he will run for Harry Reid’s U.S. Senate seat.
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