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.
Dean Heller for the U.S. Senate. Adam Laxalt for governor.
Democrats are in control of the Legislature, and that isn’t likely to change as a result of the November election.
Nevada voters should ignore the noise and embrace retail energy choice as a means of controlling costs and encouraging innovation.
For state constitutional offices, the Las Vegas Review-Journal endorses Wes Duncan for attorney general; Michael Roberson for lieutenant governor; Barbara Cegavske for secretary of state; Bob Beers for treasurer; and Ron Knecht for controller.
Tisha Black, Jim Gibson top the choices
For the School Board and Board of Regents
The Republican will pursue an agenda of growth, opportunity and prosperity through policies that encourage scholarship, entrepreneurship and innovation.
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.