It should come as no surprise that Las Vegas promises to have the glitziest election matchup among more than a dozen races spread across three cities as campaign season officially begins Tuesday.
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Mitt Romney has shaken up the 2016 presidential race even before it has officially started.
President Barack Obama is abusing his executive powers on everything from immigration to health care like “a frustrated teenager” breaking rules when he doesn’t get his way, U.S. Sen. Rand Paul said Wednesday.
Laws requiring voter IDs and tightening up other election rules have been sweeping the county as more Republican governors and lawmakers win election and as civil rights leaders protest the changes they argue could disenfranchise thousands of voters.
2015 could prove pivotal, with Republicans in charge of all top offices in the executive and legislative branches for the first time since 1929; the Nevada Legislature set to meet; and GOP Gov. Brian Sandoval looking for a second-term legacy.
On Monday, Sandoval will launch his second, four-year term with another pivotal inaugural address as he and his fellow Republicans take control of all state constitutional offices and both houses of the Legislature for the first time since 1929.
Republican Rep. Bill Cassidy has defeated Democratic Sen. Mary Landrieu, denying her a fourth term and extending the GOP’s domination of the 2014 midterm elections that put Republicans in charge of Capitol Hill for the final two years of President Barack Obama’s tenure.
Posting political signs just got pricier in North Las Vegas. In fact, the city that used to be the cheapest when it came to permitting political signs is now the most expensive.
Nevada’s historic Nov. 4 election is official. Catherine Lu, an aide to Secretary of State Ross Miller, said the Nevada Supreme Court certified election results on Tuesday.
Nevada Nuclear Projects Agency chief Robert Halstead says he’s been assured that Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., and Sen. Dean Heller, R-Nev., remain opposed to the Yucca Mountain nuclear waste project.
Washoe County election officials say a recount has upheld Assemblyman Randy Kirner’s 11-vote victory over fellow Republican Lisa Krasner.
Local Democratic and Republican officials figure that the red wave that just swept congressional and Nevada legislative and constitutional races probably will reach next year’s municipal elections for city councils, though most Democrats who plan to seek re-election say they don’t expect much impact on their races.
RENO — Voter turnout might have been horrendous in the recent election, but a stampede of residents is seeking a vacant Reno City Council seat.
Election officials in Washoe County are going forward with a recount in an Assembly race after a judge rejected a legal challenge by incumbent Republican Randy Kirner.
A campaign ad for District Judge Doug Smith, who was re-elected Nov. 4, indicated he was endorsed by five state agencies. But those agencies did not endorse him and, in fact, do not make political endorsements.
Cresent Hardy was one of 57 of the freshest faces on Capitol Hill packed into a meeting room on Wednesday, newly elected members of Congress taking part in the traditional lottery to claim office space for their freshman year.
Another Nevada Republican took himself out of the running Tuesday for U.S. Senate in 2016. Rep. Mark Amodei said he does not plan to challenge incumbent Democrat Sen. Harry Reid.
A Northern Nevada Assembly candidate who lost her race by 11 votes has requested a recount.
Rep. Steven Horsford said Monday he is open to making a comeback bid for Congress in 2016 but plans first to ask voters in his Nevada district why he lost the job this month.
Republicans passed over Sen. Dean Heller for the job of protecting their new majority in the U.S. Senate.
Pressed by Republicans in Washington to run against Sen. Harry Reid, Gov. Brian Sandoval shrugged off the idea on Wednesday, at least for the time being.
Sen. Harry Reid struck a note of conciliation on Wednesday in his first public remarks since Democrats lost control of the U.S. Senate and he was unseated as majority leader on Election Day this past week.
Proponents of expanding gun background checks in Nevada said Tuesday they have more than twice the number of signatures needed to put the issue on the 2016 ballot.
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