Republican lieutenant governor candidate Brent Jones has at least three major differences with his primary opponent Sen. Michael Roberson.
The Trump administration’s decision to add a question to the 2020 census has met with fierce opposition from critics who argue that it will discourage immigrants — legal and undocumented — from participating in the 2020 count of the country’s population.
There are lots of things we’re divided on. Democrat vs. Republican. If gender is determined by biology or feelings. Whether the toilet paper roll should go over or under. For a couple brief hours on Thursday, Nevadans united around a common cause — cheering the University of Nevada Reno’s improbable run in the NCAA tournament. It’s exactly why politics and sports shouldn’t mix.
Society should ban military-style weapons, although defining which firearms that includes is a work in progress. That’s according to Denise Hooks, the college student facilitator of March for Our Lives Las Vegas, which is happening on Saturday.
President Donald Trump’s Twitter feed often produces chaos. With just one tweet on Friday, however, he reordered Nevada politics and increased Republican chances in two key races.
Nevada’s next governor needs to preserve categorical funding for education and give school districts the ability to remove ineffective principals. Universal school choice, however, gives money to well-off families that would be better spent in public schools. That’s according to Education Nevada Now policy director Sylvia Lazos.
Defying abortion groups, union bosses and Rep. Nancy Pelosi isn’t a great way for a Democrat to save his political career. It’s the only choice Rep. Ruben Kihuen has left, however, and it just might work.
Democrats want to roll back Gov. Brian Sandoval’s education reforms, the commerce tax should stay in place and Nevada’s gun-safety laws were strengthened in 2015. That’s according to Sen. Michael Roberson, R-Henderson.
Republican gubernatorial candidate Adam Laxalt may be a strong conservative, but he’s positioning himself as a defender of Gov. Brian Sandoval’s moderate policies.
A self-described bold progressive running for Congressional District 4 says she’s open to gun confiscation and believes that nationalized health care would save the country trillions.