Even if national media or political pundits fail to mention Nevada’s February caucus, candidates and their campaigns know where we fall on the nominating calendar.
Voters may be flirting with a crowded field of Democratic primary presidential contenders, but former Vice President Joe Biden is hoping they’ll settle down with him.
President Donald Trump’s 2020 campaign decided not to have Rep. Mark Amodei chair its Nevada effort, a change from 2016 occasioned by Amodei saying he supports an impeachment inquiry into the president.
Longtime Republican ad maker Sig Rogich was co-chairman of a recent diplomatic delegation to China that included top former lawmakers such as Joe Lieberman, Bill Richardson and Billy Tauzin.
Voters are entitled to consider Sen. Bernie Sanders’ recent heart problems when deciding how to vote, but they’re not the only factor when it comes to judging his candidacy.
A Nevada Supreme Court ruling that makes misdemeanor domestic violence cases subject to a jury trial has created a dilemma for some local governments in the state, including the city of Las Vegas.
Former FBI Director James Comey discussed leadership at a UNLV Boyd School of Law program last week, and the lessons proved a stark contrast to current presidential leadership.
It makes sense for the Nevada Republican Party to cancel its February caucus, since there’s no doubt President Trump will be the party’s 2020 nominee.
Former governors and senators discussed leadership lessons at a symposium at UNLV’s William S. Boyd Law School last week in a program headed by former Gov. Brian Sandoval.
The Nevada Legislature passed the buck on raising sales taxes for education and social programs to the Clark County Commission, a gimmick that’s all-too-common when it comes to setting tax policy in the Silver State.