Much has been said by both sides about the importance of the race for Nevada’s next governor, but further down the ballot another has been brewing — and it could decide what laws and policies the state passes come 2019.
From top Washington lawmakers to celebrities from Las Vegas, a parade of famous figures continue to stream through Nevada to push for their candidates.
Despite the president’s election-eve comments suggesting a change in his stance on nuclear waste storage in Nevada, the state and political opponents are preparing for another administration and congressional push to revive the Yucca Mountain licensing process.
President Donald Trump unleashed a series of tweets defending his support for an executive order to end birthright citizenship for the children of unauthorized immigrants — and he singled out former Nevada Sen. Harry Reid.
Late-night comedian Jimmy Kimmel and singer Brandon Flowers of the Las Vegas-based band The Killers will headline a Friday night rally for U.S. Senate candidate Jacky Rosen in Las Vegas.
Candidates running for federal office in Nevada are raising and spending millions upon millions of dollars in what has been the most expensive midterm election in U.S. history.
A lack of state oversight and potential fraud has led to $2.1 million in overpayments to providers of homes for Nevada’s mentally ill residents, a state audit revealed.
During a Las Vegas campaign stop Monday, Eric Trump defended his father’s sharp words and cautioned that a Democratic-controlled Congress would lead to “anarchy.”
“There is no place in America for violence or anti-Semitism and this evil must end,” said Vice President Mike Pence, who spoke at a Las Vegas rally for congressional candidate Cresent Hardy. He later traveled to Reno to stump for Sen. Dean Heller and gubernatorial candidate Adam Laxalt.
Eric Trump, President Donald Trump’s middle son, and his wife Lara will be in Las Vegas Monday for a get out to vote rally to drum up support for Republican congressional candidate Cresent Hardy.