Democratic Reps. Dina Titus, Susie Lee and Steven Horsford won their re-election, the Associated Press has projected.
Jessica Hill covers Nevada politics. Before joining the Las Vegas Review-Journal in August 2022, she covered politics and environmental issues for the Las Vegas Sun. Jessica moved to Las Vegas in October 2021 after spending two years on Cape Cod, Massachusetts, writing about crime and small-town governments. Hailing from Akron, Ohio, she graduated in 2019 from Ohio University with degrees in journalism, global studies and Spanish.
Democratic incumbent Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto and Republican Adam Laxalt are essentially tied in the closely watched U.S. Senate race that could determine party control of the Senate.
Clerk Mark Kampf is running an “experiment” in hand counting 2022 midterms ballots.
Democratic Reps. Dina Titus, Susie Lee and Steven Horsford declared victory Thursday in their bids for re-election, even as mail ballots continued to be counted around the state.
Adam Laxalt continued his slight lead over Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto as more ballots were counted Wednesday evening.
As of late Tuesday night, four Democrats were ahead in Clark County races, including district attorney and county assessor posts.
Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto received $1,000 from a lobbyist for a Chinese company that has been labeled a national security threat.
Ballot collecting provisions that were passed during the pandemic and made permanent in 2021 aren’t being utilized in the 2022 elections.
Holding election deniers accountable was a top issue for Las Vegas Review-Journal readers, who recently submitted issues they want candidates to talk about before the Nov. 8 election.
The ACLU of Nevada filed a complaint with the Nevada secretary of state’s office, alleging an armed, partisan individual kicked out an observer watching the hand-count process.
Former President Barack Obama called on Nevadans to unite, reject political division and to vote Democrat on Tuesday night at Cheyenne High School with one week to go until the 2022 midterms.
With the overturning of Roe v. Wade in June, the topic of abortion has been central to many political campaigns, even in Nevada where the right to abortion is protected in state law.
Adam Laxalt’s campaign distanced itself from a former staffer’s antisemitic remarks on Monday, after a Jewish publication found the old tweets.
Democrat-turned-independent Tulsi Gabbard campaigned for Adam Laxalt on Friday.
U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., swung through Nevada on Friday to stump for vulnerable Democrats in hopes of boosting turnout among younger voters as the Silver State wrapped up its first week of early voting.