‘Tis the season for campaign ads. U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders, who is running for the Democratic presidential nomination, launched television ads in Nevada on Tuesday.
Gov. Brian Sandoval said Tuesday that negotiations with the electric car manufacturer Faraday Future continue but that no agreement has been reached.
Nevada Assemblywoman and 3rd Congressional District candidate Michele Fiore said Monday that while she does not want Syrian refugees in the United States, she is not going to shoot them.
Defenders of a move to give voters the final say on Nevada’s new commerce tax argue their petition meets legal muster and a lawsuit seeking to block it should be dismissed.
Gov. Brian Sandoval on Wednesday asked for a legal opinion from Attorney General Adam Laxalt on the governor’s authority over the relocation and resettlement processes for refugees in Nevada.
Three Democratic candidates running for the 4th Congressional District seat made their pitch on Monday, answering questions in a televised debate about issues like racial inequality and education.
North Las Vegas Ward 4 Councilman Richard Cherchio was elected on April 7.
Nevada congressional candidate Andrew Matthews said on Friday he’ll stop paying himself a salary from his campaign fund and return the nearly $12,000 he has received since filing as a candidate in late July.
Potential GOP U.S. Senate candidate Sharron Angle on Thursday announced that a petition drive is underway asking voters to protect personal student data now being collected as part of Nevada’s education reform efforts.
The campaign of Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders plans to launch Spanish radio ads this week in Nevada markets highlighting the Vermont U.S. senator’s roots as the son of a Polish immigrant.