The Nevada Supreme Court has denied a petition by state controller candidate John Michael Schaefer seeking to overturn a lower court decision removing him from the June 10 primary election ballot.
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Mitt Romney, the 2012 GOP presidential nominee, on Monday endorsed Republican state Sen. Mark Hutchison in Nevada’s lieutenant governor’s race.
The president and chief operating officer of Sheldon Adelson’s Las Vegas Sands Corp. said Friday he believes U.S. officials want Internet gaming to be legal so the Internal Revenue Service can collect taxes to fund a federal government whose spending is out of control.
Republicans who plan to attend this weekend’s Nevada GOP state convention are upset that Gov. Brian Sandoval is skipping the event and snubbing the party’s effort to offer pre-primary candidate endorsements.
Hillary Clinton’s Las Vegas adventure Thursday might be good training if the Democrat runs for president and has to dodge critics — in this case one armed with a strappy shoe.
Nevada Senate Minority Leader Michael Roberson on Wednesday said Republicans have the best chance in years to retake control of the state Senate in the 2014 elections as the GOP closes the voter registration gap in the three most competitive districts — including his own — that are all in Southern Nevada.
GOP lieutenant governor candidates Sue Lowden and Mark Hutchison have agreed to a May 12 TV debate on Nevada Newsmakers, a Reno-based political talk show that also airs in Las Vegas, the two campaigns confirmed Tuesday.
The Clark County District Attorney’s Office has dismissed a complaint against Assemblyman Tyrone Thompson, who was accused by the son of a woman running against him of violating the Hatch Act, which bans federal workers from engaging in partisan politics.
David Thomas is an inactive attorney in good standing who was admitted to the State Bar of Nevada in 2003. The political consultant who owns David Thomas Policy Communications at least twice has given his judicial clients poor advice and exposed them to criticism for campaign practices.
Dan Schwartz, the GOP candidate for state treasurer, is criticizing a $50 million private equity fund that Treasurer Kate Marshall set up as a legislatively approved, long-term investment for education that her office argues might bring Nevada hefty profits one day.