Record Democrat turnout doomed Nevada Republican candidates in last month’s election. That turnout was driven, in part, by the left’s dislike for President Donald Trump.
Nevada’s Public Employees’ Retirement System is still fighting a Supreme Court decision requiring them to turn over public pension records.
Nevada education needs more money combined with accountability, but it’s too early to promise funding for Education Savings Accounts, according to Republican gubernatorial candidate and current Nevada attorney general Adam Laxalt.
The federal government should create a high-risk pool for individuals with pre-existing conditions. Susie Lee, the Democrat running for Congressional District 3 is against ICE. That’s according to Danny Tarkanian, the Republican nominee for CD3.
Increasing Nevada’s Renewable Portfolio Standard with the passage of Question 6 won’t increase the cost of electricity.
Minority parents in Nevada strongly support school choice, and elected officials are taking notice. School choice is also a way to help modernize education. That’s according to Valeria Gurr, director of Nevada School Choice Coalition.
Nevadans need Education Savings Accounts, but not tax increases or new gun control measures. That’s according to Republican state Senate District 8 candidate Dan Rodimer.
Animal traps be illegal on public lands, and Nevada should increase the gaming tax to hike education spending, according to Bryce Henderson.
Republican Attorney General candidate Craig Mueller says his primary opponent has been “inert” in the face of increasing crime. Mueller also pledged to take on the federal government if it came after Nevada’s recreational marijuana industry and fight to get federally owned lands returned to the state.
Americans for Prosperity, the nation’s largest grassroots conservative group, has yet to decide if it’ll support Sen. Dean Heller but will back attorney general Adam Laxalt’s bid for governor.