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.
State regulators pulled the license of Assemblywoman Michele Fiore’s home health care business in Las Vegas on Tuesday after inspectors found the business closed, but were unable to reach her.
Nevada Assemblywoman Michele Fiore, R-Las Vegas, has filed as a candidate with the Federal Election Commission to run for U.S. Rep. Joe Heck’s 3rd Congressional District seat.
Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid has asked the Federal Election Commission for an opinion on whether he can tap his campaign fund to pay for a full-time assistant after he’s retired from the Senate.
Andrew Matthews quit his paid job as president of the Nevada Policy Research Institute when he decided to run for Congress. As a Republican candidate in the 3rd Congressional District, he is now getting paid from his campaign funds.
A group called The Coalition for Nevada’s Future on Thursday filed a legal challenge to a referendum sought by GOP anti-tax advocates who want to put the new commerce tax on the 2016 general election ballot for repeal.