The Republican National Committee is adding 250 more staff in key battleground states, including Nevada.
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It’s going to be difficult to beat U.S. Rep. Dina Titus in the Democratic primary.
With Assemblywoman Michelle Fiore running for Congress instead of seeking re-election in District 4, six candidates are vying for her vacant seat — one of the most crowded races in the district in years.
Four Democrats and two Republicans are running in the primary to represent Assembly District 2 in the Legislature next year, but the battle that is drawing the most attention is between GOP incumbent John Hambrick and challenger Clayton “Kelly” Hurst .
Two Republicans, including the great-grandson of “Wizard of Oz” author L. Frank Baum, are running in the June 14 primary for a chance to represent Assembly District 1, but voter demographics suggest the seat will stay in Democratic hands come November.
State Sen. David Parks appears on his way to re-election in District 7.
Joyce Woodhouse said she wants another four years in the Nevada Senate so she can help build on education reforms approved during the 2015 legislative session. Her Democratic primary opponent wants Nevada to feel the Bern.
Two Republicans are squaring off for the nomination for the state Senate District 6 seat, after both were on opposing sides of the Assembly’s vote on a historical $1.5 billion tax increase the Legislature passed in 2015 for public education.
Harry Reid is creating an empty perch in Washington as he retires from the U.S. Senate.
Two attorneys are challenging an 11-year incumbent Las Vegas justice of the peace in Department 9.
Bita Yeager has only been on the bench a little more than a year, but she said she has big plans for Las Vegas Justice Court.
In her more than nine years on the bench, Las Vegas Justice of the Peace Melissa Saragosa has never faced an opponent when running for her Department 4 seat.
Two lawyers with distinct backgrounds are vying to unseat a Las Vegas Justice of the Peace after her first term.
The four lawyers battling for the Eight Judicial District Court Department 20 seat are no strangers to the spotlight.
Two Republicans are competing for a chance to take down the Democratic incumbent on the Clark County Commission who oversees District C.
The fight to be the Clark County commissioner for District B was supposed to be a free-for-all.
Laws passed by the 2015 Legislature changed Nevada election procedures.
Three dozen legislative candidates, incumbents and challengers alike, can rest up through the primary season and save their best for the November general election.
Nevada’s June 14 primary will chart the course for some of the most closely watched November election contests in the state and beyond.
Solidly connected party workers with new ideas and connections will face off against old-guard candidates with years of life experience in both parties’ primary elections for Democratic-leaning Assembly District 41.
The Nevada Association of Public Safety Officers has criticized Republican Assemblywoman Michele Fiore’s April comments about pointing a firearm at an officer as “an embarrassment” to Nevada and says she’s unfit for the congressional post she’s seeking.
Early voting lasts through June 10 and is available at 92 voting sites throughout Clark County.
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton spoke in Las Vegas on Thursday, mounting a fierce attack against Donald Trump and calling the GOP candidate and billionaire businessman an “urgent threat to our rights.”