Another 73,000 Nevadans voted early over the weekend, bringing up the statewide total to just over 457,000, according to the Nevada’s secretary of state website.
A survey of policy- and decision-makers by the University of Colorado concludes that the president who takes office in 2017 could face the prospect of Colorado River water supply cuts to Arizona and Nevada in January 2018.
The state Democratic party filed a lawsuit Sunday accusing the Nevada Republican Party and GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump campaign of intimidating voters.
Periodic releases from Glen Canyon Dam mimic the river’s natural flows and deposit sand to protect archaeological sites and create habitat for wildlife and beaches for rafters.
Election Day is more than a week away, but it’s already too late for Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump to win over roughly a fifth of American voters.
As Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton race toward the presidential finish line, their parties are battling to determine whether two of Southern Nevada’s congressional districts turn from red to blue.
With some rural tallies from Friday still uncounted, Democrats hold a lead of about 28,500 votes over Republicans, according to the Nevada secretary of state’s website. Democrats held a lead of 28,652 after the first week in 2012.
Two candidates new to campaigns for public office are seeking to fill the shoes of former North Las Vegas state lawmaker Marilyn Kirkpatrick in Assembly District 1.
The two candidates in Assembly District 12 disagree on a Nevada ballot measure that would expand firearm background checks to private-party sales and transfers..