A recount of ballots in select precincts from five Nevada counties sought by a last-place presidential contender will not automatically trigger a statewide recount, a state election official said Wednesday.
Victoria Seaman believes she would have won a key state Senate race — and helped Republicans retain control of the Legislature’s upper chamber — if she hadn’t faced a primary challege from a fellow Assembly member.
Two women and one man have applied to Clark County in hopes of filling Ruben Kihuen’s recently vacated state Senate seat.
State officials have posted the first agenda for what will be known as the Stadium Authority Board and much of the meeting will be dedicated to discussing procedures board members will take as it works to build a new home for the Oakland Raider
A task force of judges, prosecutors, legislators, youth advocates and juvenile probation officials on Tuesday began considering options to improve Nevada’s juvenile justice system and break a cycle of repeat offenders.
Roque “Rocky” De La Fuente, an independent candidate for president who garnered less than 1 percent of the vote in Nevada, filed late Tuesday for a recount of a sample of the state’s presidential ballots.
Two former aides to retiring Sen. Harry Reid among those selected for new posts.
Nevada’s new execution chamber at Ely State Prison is finished, but there is no expectation it will be used anytime soon. The state can no longer obtain the drugs it needs to proceed with an execution.
About 80 protesters parade from the state Capitol to nearby Wells Fargo bank branch.
Just weeks after election, Democratic-leaning groups are turning their attention to 2018’s battle for the U.S. Senate.