Republican lawmakers who supported Gov. Brian Sandoval’s tax package have outraised their anti-tax Republican challengers so far this year.
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The Clark County Education Association, which represents the approximately 18,000 teachers who work for the Clark County School District, recently posted blistering Internet ads against District A Trustee Deanna Wright and school board president and District C Trustee Linda Young.
Assembly Speaker John Hambrick is the target of mailers blasting his role in supporting $1.5 billion in new and extended sunset taxes for public education that the Legislature passed in 2015.
California Gov. Jerry Brown on Tuesday endorsed Hillary Clinton for the 2016 Democratic presidential nomination, saying it was the only way to keep Republican Donald Trump out of the White House.
The Republican National Committee has started efforts to attract and register veterans to vote in the 2016 election, with aneye toward Nevada and Colorado.
The Republican National Committee is adding 250 more staff in key battleground states, including Nevada.
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Anyone looking to enter the election for a vacant Henderson justice of the peace seat can file their candidacy starting Monday.
Outside spending groups reported more than $200,000 toward supporting or opposing candidates in Nevada over a one-week period that ended Friday, according to expenditures filed with the Federal Election Commission last week.
Nevada Working Families Party, a progressive group, has endorsed Lucy Flores, a Democratic candidate seeking the nomination in the 4th Congressional District.
The Libertarian Party again nominated former New Mexico Gov. Gary Johnson as its presidential candidate Sunday, believing he can challenge presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump and Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton because of their poor showing in popularity polls.
Gov. Brian Sandoval’s political action committee raised $427,500 in the first five months of this year, showing the second-term Republican has fundraising muscle to flex.
Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump used late-night TV appearances this week to hype a potential debate between them. So with the event now dead, it was only fitting that Sanders would return to late night on Friday to knock Trump for backing out.
Ryder Haag graduates in June from Reno High school. In July, he’s off to Cleveland where he’ll take his seat with the Nevada delegation on the floor of the National Republican Convention as one of the youngest delegates to a national political convention.
Under a new state law, the winner of the Democratic primary will advance unopposed to the general, leaving almost 39 percent of the district’s voters with no real choice in November.
The first day of early voting before the June 14 primary election went smoothly, Clark County spokesman Dan Kulin said.
Democrats hold a 2-to-1 registered voter advantage in Assembly District 15 where the incumbent is facing opposition from a candidate who held the seat two decades ago.
A former prosecutor turned criminal defense attorney is challenging a first-term Las Vegas Justice of the Peace.
Until now, Michael Wixom has never been challenged for his seat on Nevada’s higher education board — an elected position he has claimed for more than 11 years.
Assemblyman Glenn Trowbridge is in a primary fight to keep his seat.
No Democrats are challenging the three Republicans vying for Assembly District 26 and for good reason: the GOP has a 15 percentage point lead in registered voters.
Republican incumbent Brent Jones has been at the center of controversies in both his legislative and professional endeavors since winning the election for Assembly District 35 in 2014.
Voters in Assembly District 29 might feel a bit of deja vu when they head to the polls this primary season, as the candidates are the same as those who ran in 2014.
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