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.
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On the eve of Election Day and in the midst of trial, a Clark County juror said she spotted defendant Raymond James “Jim” Duensing’s name on a sample ballot. She did: He’s running for DA and faces three felony charges.
When it comes to attempting to defeat Question 3, better known as the margin tax, the beat goes on and the hits keep coming.
Use our voter guide to help you make informed choices when you go to the polls on Tuesday. Voting opens at 7 a.m. and closes at 7 p.m.
In two Assembly races, separate court rulings that have found the Democratic candidates ineligible because they failed to meet residency requirements added another dimension to the final push for votes on Monday, the eve of the election.
CARSON CITY - An attorney for the conservative group Citizen Outreach told the Nevada Supreme Court on Monday that because political flyers distributed by the group criticizing a former lawmaker in 2010 did not contain the words “vote for” or “vote against,” they did not qualify as express advocacy requiring the reporting of who paid for them.
A pre-election feud between U.S. Sen. Harry Reid and the Democratic Senate hopeful in South Dakota came to a head on Friday when the candidate, Rick Weiland, called for the Nevadan to be replaced as Senate party leader.
Nevada voters will go to the polls Tuesday to pick the state’s top constitutional officers, its four members of Congress, legislators, judges, county commissioners, clerks, sheriffs and more in the midterm election.
U.S. Sen. Harry Reid is not on the ballot this year but few have more riding on the outcome of Tuesday’s elections than the majority leader from Nevada. The results could determine the path forward for the veteran Senate leader in the autumn of a long career.
In a visit to Las Vegas aimed at saving Democratic candidates from defeat, Vice President Joe Biden on Saturday urged Nevada’s Latino community to vote or face the prospects of a GOP-run Congress that doesn’t support immigration or the middle class.
Not long ago, Nevada Republicans were hoping to pick up a few seats in the state Assembly this year but had little hope of taking control of the 42-seat lawmaking body dominated by Democrats for decades.
Nevada’s statewide candidates vary widely on how they report their campaign trail spending, with some detailing every coffee shop meeting, taco run and plane ticket and others reporting tens of thousands of dollars in spending simply as large credit card payments to the bank.
The race for Nevada controller, which typically flies well below the radar, should not be taken for granted by voters.
Vice President Joe Biden’s get out the vote visit to Las Vegas Saturday will feature actress Eva Longoria, who co-founded the Latino Victory PAC to boost Hispanic candidates.
Since last Saturday, 65 Culinary Local 226 members have been walking door-to-door in northern Clark County, urging members to vote for U.S. Rep. Steven Horsford, a Democrat in danger of being swept out of Congress by a surprisingly strong GOP wave crashing across Nevada.
More than most Nevada candidates, Democrat Lucy Flores has counted on Hispanic voters to back her for lieutenant governor to boost her chances of beating Republican Mark Hutchison.
Democrat Jesse “Jake” Holder is ineligible to be a candidate in the Assembly District 10 election, Clark County District Judge Michael Villani ruled Wednesday.
Vice President Joe Biden will come to Las Vegas on Saturday in a bid to boost Democratic voter turnout and counter a Republican early voting advantage that’s approaching 20,000 ballots cast so far.
Early voting has been underway since Oct. 18, and thus far, 15.3 percent of all registered voters have voted early, by mail or by absentee ballot. There are three days left before early voting wraps up.
On a mission to save Nevada Democrats, former President Bill Clinton on Tuesday urged supporters at a rally to vote or suffer the consequences: a GOP-led Congress that would favor the rich over workers, try to repeal Obamacare and shut down the government “over and over and over.
In every key Nevada race, Republicans have cast more early-voting ballots than Democrats ahead of today’s rally starring former President Bill Clinton, who is being brought in by Nevada Democrats who hope the “comeback kid” can boost party turnout and head off a GOP sweep of state offices.
When voters go to the polls, they won’t find the Margins Tax or the Education Initiative on the ballot. Instead they’ll encounter Question 3.
Businesses that collect at least $1 million in annual revenue are in jeopardy of paying a 2 percent margin tax if Question 3, an initiative that seeks to increase public school funding, comes out on top when ballots are counted Nov. 4.