President Donald Trump took to Twitter Tuesday to punch back at GOP mega-donor billionaire brothers Charles and David Koch after the Koch-network let it be known over the weekend that it is not supporting key GOP candidates, including Nevada Sen. Dean Heller.
No criminal charges will be filed in the investigation into six Clark County residents who voted twice in the June primary, the Nevada secretary of state’s office announced Tuesday.
Congressional candidate Danny Tarkanian is demanding his opponent retract claims that he “set up telemarketing scams” and took a $16 million taxpayer bailout in a scathing cease-and-desist letter.
A new poll shows the races Nevada’s U.S. Senate and governor are locked in dead heats, the Energy Choice Initiative has seen a significant dip in support.
Nevada’s firearms background check system may get a boost from new U.S. Department of Justice grant money earmarked for school safety.
While Republican Sen. Dean Heller of Nevada announced “without reservation” his support for Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh, his Democratic counterpart, Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto, said she wants a thorough review of past rulings, opinions and writings.
Nevada Senate Majority Leader Aaron Ford, the Democratic candidate for attorney general, was arrested four times in Texas in the 1990s for public intoxication, stealing tires and twice for failing to appear in court — once for a speeding ticket and once for a theft charge.
Nevada’s U.S. Senate candidates are bankrolling hundreds of Facebook ads tailored to reach voters based on their age, sex and location — an approach campaign experts say is far more effective than traditional TV and radio ads.
A year after Sen. Dean Heller voted for a Republican-backed bill to repeal the Affordable Care Act, his Democratic opponent, Rep. Jacky Rosen, has launched a blistering TV ad accusing the veteran senator of caving in to pressure from his party.
Republican gubernatorial candidate Adam Laxalt’s campaign responded Thursday to a threat of a lawsuit levied by the lawyer of his opponent, promising not to back off of using claims the she claimed were defamatory.