Nevada Democrats seized Tuesday on President Donald Trump’s wobble on Yucca Mountain, urging him to follow through with his campaign-season equivocation and keep the nuclear repository in Nevada in a mothballed state.
As he stumped in Elko for Republican candidates this weekend, President Donald Trump said he is “very inclined to be against” Yucca Mountain as a nuclear waste facility – a statement that conflicts with his administration’s first two budget proposals.
Former President Barack Obama told thousands of Nevadans on Monday that they can’t stay out of this election if they want changes in the White House and Congress.
The country is only now strongly emerging from the Great Recession. Growth is up, and unemployment is at record lows.
Early voting in Nevada begins Saturday, and dozens of state and federal candidates are scrambling to get their message out to voters.
Nevada Rep. Dina Titus last week became one of the most prominent Democrats to come out against the proposed constitutional amendment that would open Nevada’s energy market to competition.
The money race in Nevada’s 4th Congressional District is much closer thanks to drastically different spending patterns between the two major party candidates.
Financial reports from competitive District 3 race show Republican Danny Tarkanian far out ahead of three primary rivals while Susie Lee is distancing her lone rival in the Democratic field.