Threatening to upend a fundamental pillar of American democracy, Donald Trump refused to say Wednesday night that he will accept the results of next month’s election if he loses to Hillary Clinton. The Democratic nominee declared Trump’s resistance “horrifying.”
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Former state lawmaker Tom Hickey, who served 22 years as a Democrat and labor supporter in the Assembly and Senate from North Las Vegas, died Wednesday of a heart-related condition. He was 86.
Wednesday’s presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump at UNLV lived up to its billing by drawing 71.6 million television viewers.
Opponents of legalizing recreational marijuana in Nevada joined the fight with barely two months left in the election cycle, but they’ve wasted little time in rolling out a well-funded ad campaign.
Singer Katy Perry will campaign for Hillary Clinton on Saturday as part of the campaign’s effort to get supporters to vote early.
President Barack Obama will visit North Las Vegas on Sunday to campaign for Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton and Catherine Cortez Masto, the Democratic candidate in Nevada’s U.S. Senate race.
Clark County predicts more than 60 percent of the residents who will vote in the general election will participate in early voting.
I always found it fascinating that the verbiage in politics refers quite often to horse racing. I was reminded of that again Thursday while watching the presidential debate coverage.
Mike Pence urged Republican faithful in Reno to be vigilant during the upcoming election and said GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump reserves the right to legally challenge the outcome “in the case of questionable results.”
We finally have a complete picture of how many people in total watched the third and final debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.
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