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Aaron Ford Speaks About Bill AB431
 
Aaron Ford Speaks About Bill AB431

AB431 is a bill sponsored by Nevada Assembly Speaker Jason Frierson to restore the right to vote for formerly incarcerated individuals. Attorney General Aaron Ford spoke at the AM&E Church in North Las Vegas about the bill, on Monday, July 1, 2019. (Mat Luschek/Las Vegas Review-Journal)

Candidates meet with Review-Journal panel
 
Candidates meet with Review-Journal panel

The Review-Journal’s election reader panel met Tuesday night with six candidates on the Nov. 6 ballot, including attorney general hopefuls Aaron Ford and Wes Duncan.

Nevada Politics Today: Zac Moyle
 
Nevada Politics Today: Zac Moyle

Nevada Politics Today video host Victor Joecks sits down with political consultant, Zac Moyle to discuss the 2018 primary election results.

NHP candlelight vigil honors 59 killed in Nevada traffic crashes
 
NHP candlelight vigil honors 59 killed in Nevada traffic crashes

Friends and family members of those killed on Nevada’s highways last year gathered to honor and remember their loved ones. More than 300 people were killed on the state’s highways, 59 of whom died in Southern Nevada, according to the Nevada Highway Patrol. Members of the Highway Patrol’s fatal crash team lit 59 luminarias to honor those who died. Speakers read the names of the deceased as troopers lit them. Among those named was Jaelan Fajardo, a 16-year-old high school student killed by a drunken driver. His mother spoke and called for stricter DUI laws.

The Right Take: Democrats took in thousands from Manendo
 
The Right Take: Democrats took in thousands from Manendo

In 2016, Sens. Joyce Woodhouse and Nicole Cannizzaro collected thousands from Manendo. Both faced extremely competitive campaigns. Nevada Senate Democrats, then under the leadership of Sen. Majority Leader Aaron Ford, accepted $13,500.

The Right Take: Voter Information Public
 
The Right Take: Voter Information Public

Last year, President Donald Trump’s election integrity commission asked Nevada for voter information. Secretary of State Barbara Cegavske gave the commission, which Trump disbanded Wednesday, the information state law required her to release, but not things like Social Security Numbers.

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