The Las Vegas philanthropist and community leader on Monday said she’s considering running for Congress against U.S. Rep. Joe Heck, R-Nev.
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Presidential campaign teams are stepping up the pace in Nevada as the early primary state’s political operatives are in high demand on both the Republican and Democratic sides.
If money is any guide — and in politics, it usually is — the race for a west-side City Council seat has turned into Henderson’s most competitive campaign this year. But the city’s two other incumbent council members also face challengers as early voting is set to begin Saturday.
The president whose major policy achievement is mandatory health insurance thinks maybe voting should be mandatory, too.
A battle over fines, court costs and the fees used to pay them could provide the backdrop for Las Vegas’ only Municipal Court race this spring.
Forget the stadium. Cops, jobs, parks, sidewalks, grocery stores, even sewers — these are the issues many Las Vegas City Council hopefuls say will actually be on voters’ minds as they head to the polls this spring.
Tom Collins, Clark County’s “cowboy commissioner,” wants to run for mayor of North Las Vegas after his term is up.
A recall effort was launched Wednesday against embattled North Las Vegas Municipal Court Judge Catherine Ramsey.
Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee will speak at March 28 dinner in Carson City.
Republican activist and political consultant Tony Dane’s attorney is sharply denying that Dane illegally funneled conduit contributions to his political action committee through his political consulting company.
Latino voter turnout fell in 2014 below both 2012 and 2010, accounting in part for the drop in Democratic votes and the rising Republican wave that gave the GOP control of the U.S. Senate and both houses of the Nevada Legislature.
Jim Marchant wants Assembly Speaker John Hambrick’s job. The owner of a Las Vegas water and ice vending business said Thursday that hopes to run against the Republican Las Vegas assemblyman in a potential recall election.
During a visit to Las Vegas, U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio said Wednesday Congress should pass a bill to fund Homeland Security without conditions, essentially stepping back from a battle with President Barack Obama over his executive actions on immigration.
Voters would be required to show photo identification before casting a ballot under a bill introduced Tuesday in the Nevada Senate.
U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio hits Las Vegas Wednesday to promote his new book, which argues the “American dream” is in jeopardy because of failed economic policies under President Barack Obama.
None of Las Vegas or North Las Vegas’ City Council incumbents will win re-election without a fight. Three might even have to fight a soccer stadium.
All three Henderson City Council members who are up for re-election this year now have challengers, but Municipal Court Judge Douglas Hedger is running unopposed.
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.
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.