Development and growth took center stage in the Windmill Library auditorium Monday night as Clark County Commission candidatesfielded questions from voters they hope will elect them to represent the southwest Las Vegas Valley.
Tisha Black, Jim Gibson top the choices
Jocelyn Hoffman had gotten little sleep the night before, arriving home about midnight after a full day of visiting east Las Vegas neighborhoods and encouraging people to register to vote.
Both are political newcomers vying for the Clark County School Board District F seat, which encompasses the southwest part of the Las Vegas Valley.
Jim Gibson, who filled the vacant District G seat last year on the Clark County Commission, will face two challengers in the November election.
Republicans could end their decadelong losing streak on the Clark County Commission through political newcomer Tisha Black and her massive campaign fund.
Judging by the numbers, state Sen. Tick Segerblom’s transition to the Clark County Commission is all but inevitable.
With nationally watched races for U.S. Senate, the House and governor, the co-chairman of the Republican National Committee says the party feels good about its chances in Nevada with just over a month before Election Day.
Heading into the homestretch in this year’s races, the topic is getting attention in Nevada both for endorsements bestowed, and those withheld.
County Commissioners on Tuesday voted to sell $150 million in bonds to pay for improvement to their public park system.