The Economic Forum released its projections this past week and the future is looking brighter for the Silver State. However, Gov. Brian Sandoval and the Democrats are going head-to-head when it comes to budget cuts, especially in education. R-J columnist Glenn Cook talks about the battle and discusses the chances of the Democrats’ tax plan moving forward in the Legislature.News, poll results
The university will instead house students in two private apartment communities as work continues to repair two campus buildings damaged in a July 2019 boiler explosion.
Democratic candidates for president Tuesday are holding rallies to get out the early vote and meeting with voters in several events around the Las Vegas Valley.
Tuesday is the final day of the four-day early voting period in Nevada, with caucus sites open throughout the state.
The former New York City mayor, who launched his presidential campaign in November, will appear in Wednesday’s debate in Las Vegas.
Long wait times at caucus locations around the valley haven’t dissuaded more than 26,000 Nevada Democrats from casting votes during the first two days of early voting, the party reports.
Some of the top contenders for the Democratic presidential nomination campaigned at both ends of Nevada on Monday, preparing for Saturday’s caucus.
Early voting in the Nevada Democratic caucuses continues Monday, with sites open throughout the valley.
Presidential candidates Joe Biden, Tom Steyer, Amy Klobuchar and Pete Buttigieg shared their ideas for infrastructure reform and took questions during a forum at UNLV in Las Vegas on Sunday.
Sen. Bernie Sanders and former Vice President Joe Biden criticized their rivals for the Democratic presidential nomination during a dinner in Las Vegas Saturday, the first day of early voting in Nevada’s caucus.
The Nevada caucuses pose an important test for former Vice President Joe Biden, Democratic frontrunner Bernie Sanders and other presidential hopefuls with Latinos, who make up a third of the state’s population.