Anyone looking to enter the election for a vacant Henderson justice of the peace seat can file their candidacy starting Monday.
The Nevada State Democratic Party’s headquarters in Las Vegas were closed on Monday amid security concerns following a tumultuous state convention over the weekend.
U.S. Rep. Dina Titus, D-Nev., who represents the 1st Congressional District, which she says “goes from the airport to downtown,” has lived in Las Vegas since 1979, moving to the city from Tifton, Georgia, to teach American and Nevada government classes at UNLV. Here, she shares her favorite spots to eat and play.
Congressional candidate Annette Teijeiro’s attorney has sent Republican rival Danny Tarkanian a cease-and-desist letter demanding that his campaign stop using footage of Michael Roberson in a campaign ad that Tarkanian launched Monday.
Michael Roberson is using a series of digital ads to attack rival congressional candidate Danny Tarkanian’s gun rights record.
A handful of political candidates, nearly all of them incumbents running for reelection, received the best present any office-seeker could ask for Friday: a free ride to a new term in public office.
Assemblywoman Michele Fiore filed on Wednesday to run for the 3rd Congressional District.
The first baby-steps to developing what will be Brian Sandoval’s budget legacy as governor began Wednesday with a kickoff briefing for state agency officials on how the process will play out over the next 11 months.
It’s off to the races Monday as filing opens for candidates for four Clark County Commission seats.
Seven years ago, North Las Vegas resident Lydia Garrett took it upon herself to stand up to some of the atrocities of North Town, the idiomatic nickname given to the city for its negative connotations.
A public memorial will be held Sunday at Sparks High School for state Sen. Debbie Smith.
Barbara Richardson, a state administrator in New Hampshire, was named Nevada insurance commissioner Friday.
Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders will speak at a rally Sunday morning in Las Vegas.
Michael Roberson is leading the money race in what’s so far a five-way GOP primary for the open congressional seat of U.S. Rep. Joe Heck, R-Nevada.
Two Democratic candidates in the 4th Congressional District are supporting different presidential candidates.