Democratic candidates in two critical state Senate races have out-raised their GOP opponents, but the outcome of the contests remains far from clear as voters head to the polls between now and Election Day on Nov. 4.
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The Log Cabin Republicans of Nevada, an organization that represents gay conservatives that backs equal rights, challenges same-sex marriage licenses that it says were issued too early in Nevada.
Friday’s face-off between attorney general candidates Adam Laxalt and Ross Miller seemed more like a no-holds-barred boxing match than a debate with each contender landing a few low blows while accusing one another of running dishonest campaigns.
Gov. Brian Sandoval said Thursday the Clark County School Board made a “grave mistake” by not asking voters this year to approve new bonds to build schools and the decision may complicate his efforts in education.
Republicans have a slight advantage or are statistically tied with Democratic opponents in two key Senate races that could determine whether the GOP retakes control of Nevada’s upper house, according to several new polls.
Hillary Clinton’s speech Monday to the UNLV Foundation will be open to press coverage, the university said Wednesday, as the former secretary of state considers a potential run for president in 2016.
Attorney General candidate Adam Laxalt vowed Tuesday to push to drastically cut or eliminate a backlog of thousands of untested rape kits in Nevada, including 4,385 in Las Vegas — some dating from a decade ago.
State Sen. Mark Hutchison, R-Las Vegas, on Tuesday won the endorsement for lieutenant governor from Nevada’s oldest Hispanic political group, beating out Assemblywoman Lucy Flores, D-Las Vegas.
Attorney general candidate Ross Miller said Tuesday that if elected Nov. 4 he would set up a strike force to go after Internet crimes against children, particularly those involving sexual abuse.
Medical marijuana patients in much of rural Nevada will have a long drive to get their medicine, based on where applications for dispensaries were filed by groups seeking to enter the business.
In their first debate in the secretary of state’s race, Nevada Treasurer Kate Marshall Friday evening confronted state Sen. Barbara Cegavske about her record of not supporting campaign finance reform, saying voters want to “follow the money” to learn how candidates and officials spend contributions.
Get ready, Nevadans, for the blitzkrieg about to unfold for your vote on The Education Initiative appearing as Question 3 on the November ballot.
If the November election were today, Republican state Sen. Mark Hutchison would handily defeat Democratic Assemblywoman Lucy Flores 47 percent to 35 percent of the vote in the lieutenant governor’s race, which could affect GOP Gov. Brian Sandoval’s future, a new poll shows.
State Sen. Mark Hutchison says he and GOP Gov. Brian Sandoval will propose a package of education reforms in exchange for increasing K-12 spending.
While Secretary of State Ross Miller on Wednesday called an ethics complaint against him “silly,” his office has nevertheless modified the agency’s website to remove his photo and other information from an online election portal for overseas voters to participate in the Nov. 4 general election.
A recent encounter with GOP Senate candidates Patricia Farley and Becky Harris confirmed my suspicions. They are spineless pawns.
An ethics complaint has been filed against Secretary of State Ross Miller on allegations that he used an online election portal to unfairly gain support for his candidacy for attorney general.
The Clark County sheriff hopeful who billed himself as a Las Vegas police “outsider” has decided to endorse the “insider” candidate for the top law enforcement job in Las Vegas.
I write to dissent from the majority opinion of my colleagues on the Review-Journal’s editorial board, with respect to The Education Initiative, the 2 percent margin tax that will appear on your November ballot as Question 3.
A candidate for the bench in Clark County Family Court Department B has been publicly reprimanded by the State Bar of Nevada for problems with his client trust account.
The two major party candidates seeking the job of lieutenant governor in the November general election both endorsed the Tesla deal in a debate recorded Monday for the Nevada NewsMakers television program.
Cresent Hardy, the Republican candidate for the 4th Congressional District, got temporarily tarnished by a misquote from a Mesquite newspaper.
Nevada Democratic congressional candidate Erin Bilbray said Friday the national minimum wage should be raised to $15 per hour — more than twice the current rate — to boost the middle class and help those barely making ends meet.