One hundred and fifty years ago exactly, Nevada joined a nation riven by a bloody civil war, the outcome uncertain. And ever since, Nevada has lent its citizens, its resources and its territory to the nation and the world in times of crisis.
Early voting has been underway since Oct. 18, and thus far, 15.3 percent of all registered voters have voted early, by mail or by absentee ballot. There are three days left before early voting wraps up.
Republicans are beating Democrats in early-voting turnout. Here are five reasons why that might be so.
Rep. Steven Horsford, a Democrat, votes with the Democrats!
Is it really that super-hard for would-be members of the state Legislature to live in the districts they want to represent?
A doctor’s PAC ad claims Rep. Joe Heck is against “junk lawsuits.” But he and the Republican caucus voted for the mother of all junk lawsuits in voting to sue President Obama.
The Nevada state assemblyman — who died last week — was not a star in the Legislature. But he didn’t shy away from attacking big issues, even when he knew he probably wouldn’t succeed.
A photo snapped during a recent debate in a hot studio with a malfunctioning air conditioner has become campaign fundraising fodder.
Three lawmakers who served in the 2013 Legislature have died in the months since: Peggy Pierce, Joe Hogan and, today, Pete Livermore.
There may be a good reason the elites of the Nevada business community are so vehemently campaigning against The Education Initiative.