Democrat Hillary Clinton has a solid lead over Republican Donald Trump in Nevada as early voting is underway, according to a poll commissioned by the Las Vegas Review-Journal.
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Democratic voters continued their strong turnout in early voting Monday, with another 23,000 voting statewide, according to the Nevada secretary of state’s website.
The Nevada Commission on Judicial Selection has named three finalists to fill the open seat in Department 29 at Clark County District Court.
Jay Z is planning to hold a free concert in Cleveland to encourage people to vote for Democrat Hillary Clinton for president.
Hours after Tennessee authorities said on Tuesday they were investigating pop star Justin Timberlake for posting a photo of himself in a polling station on social media, the local district attorney said no such probe was under way.
The race for Nevada’s open U.S. Senate seat between Democrat Catherine Cortez Masto and Republican Joe Heck is still deadlocked, according to a poll commissioned by the Las Vegas Review-Journal.
Voters might be familiar with the candidates vying for state Assembly District 29 because they’ve both previously represented the district.
Republican incumbent James Oscarson is facing Dennis Hof, a Libertarian who is Nevada’s best-known legal brothel owner, in this rural district.
Democrat Shannon Bilbray-Axelrod is hoping to take back at least one Assembly seat for her party that was lost during the Red Wave of 2014.
A pair of first-time candidates — Democrat Luis Aguirre-Insua and Republican Keith Pickard — squaring off in the Henderson-area Assembly District 22 agree that state tax dollars must be spent more wisely, but they have slight differences in their priorities. Democrat Luis Aguirre-Insua is focused on funneling tax revenue into education. His opponent, Republican Keith Pickard, lists three priorities: public safety, education and jobs.