A Beltway publication moved Nevada from the “toss up” category to “lean Democratic” for the November election.
President Donald Trump says mail-in elections are vulnerable to fraud, and tend to favor Democrats. But experts reply that mail balloting is secure, and doesn’t carry a partisan tilt.
Nevada Democrats have launched a website targeting businessman and former pro-wrestler Dan Rodimer, the Republican nominee against Democratic incumbent Rep. Susie Lee in the 3rd Congressional District.
Former pro wrestler Dan Rodimer is going up against freshman Rep. Susie Lee in the 3rd Congressional District, with plenty of outside money set to influence the race.
No candidate running for Clark County School District Board of Trustees got more than 50 percent of the vote.
U.S. Sen. and Democratic presidential candidate Amy Klobuchar stopped in Las Vegas on Saturday afternoon during a campaign swing through parts of Nevada.
Clark County School District Board of Trustees President Lola Brooks has endorsed Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders’ Democratic presidential bid.
Thirteen candidates will appear as possible options for Nevada Democrats when they caucus next month, the Nevada State Democratic Party announced Thursday.
Former Obama housing secretary Julián Castro on Thursday ended his run for president that pushed the 2020 field on immigration and swung hard at rivals on the debate stage.
The debate is shaped by evolving issues of race, gender, generation and ideology that again exploded into public view on the debate stage Thursday night.
The Democratic presidential hopeful addressed the Nevada American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations’ convention at the Flamingo.
Two senior officials with Sen. Kamala Harris’ presidential campaign discussed the importance of Nevada as a diverse early state and shared some insights on the candidate’s preparations for the second national debate.
The New Republic was slated as a chief sponsor of a September event designed to spark climate change discussion among candidates.
The former state treasurer said his most important reason for joining the race was what he characterized as Democratic attacks on a free-market economy.
Tom Steyer, the billionaire investor and activist, said Tuesday he’s joining the race for the Democratic presidential nomination, reversing course after deciding earlier this year that he would forgo a run.