In an early caucus state, endorsements from local officials can mean a lot more than they do elsewhere. And that's undoubtedly why presidential campaigns are moving to lock up local support in Nevada: First, get some big-name surrogates on board. Second, create an aura of momentum.
Andy Matthews, late of the Nevada Policy Research Institute, on Monday began his brand-new campaign for the 3rd Congressional District the way many politicians do, with a nice-sounding promise that‘s impossible to keep.
Former Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld said the Iranian nuclear deal would increase funding for global terrorism, defended capitalism from attacks by both Democrats and Republicans and said America shouldn‘t try nation building in other lands.
Switching to a new computer system comes with its share of headaches; please bear with us as we do that on this blog.
Former Assembly Speaker John Oceguera will run for Congress in the 4th Congressional District.
State Sen. Aaron Ford, D-Las Vegas, today announced he would not run for the 3rd Congressional District, opting instead to run for re-election.
Rep. Joe Heck did a round of interviews with television and print reporters Monday after announcing his candidacy for the U.S. Senate on Twitter.
Rep. Joe Heck announced today he’ll give up his House seat to challenge former Attorney General Catherine Cortez Masto for the U.S. Senate seat left open by the retiring Harry Reid.
A recent Gallup poll shows more people would vote for an atheist for president than would vote for a socialist.
Attorney General Adam Laxalt joined a lawsuit against the EPA over water rules, with the full cooperation of Gov. Brian Sandoval.
Now that people are calling to replace Hey, Reb, the UNLV mascot who had Confederate origins, with a less offensive choice, here are some possible alternatives.
It’s long past time for the battle flag of the Confederacy to be removed from government property, everywhere in the United States.
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