If Lisa Cano Burkhead gets elected, she’ll be able to push her bill. If not, it will become what’s known as an “orphan bill.”
Clark County Sheriff Joe Lombardo has a new TV ad in his race for governor, but he needs a bolder way to answer the 3 a.m. phone call.
Announcements that Steve Sisolak and Joe Lombardo have committed to debate don’t necessarily mean the two gubernatorial candidates are any closer to doing so.
Blame Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas for Congress taking the time this week to pass a bill that essentially reinforces existing policy.
Gov. Steve Sisolak passes his first test, Joe Lombardo needs to shore up his support and Danny Tarkanian loses again.
The voters should be the only people to police elected officials’ free speech on social media.
As primary Election Day approaches, Adam Laxalt’s Senate campaign is airing ads from Donald Trump and Ron DeSantis.
The departure of lawmakers from the Nevada Legislature will see nearly 200 years of Carson City experience leave the building following the 2022 elections.
Most campaign trail promises are lies, because most politicians — acting on their own — simply can’t accomplish the things they say they’ll do.
Former Attorney General Adam Laxalt distanced himself from rejected 2020 election-fraud lawsuits and from Mitch McConnell in a debate with opponent Sam Brown.
Two Republican candidates running for attorney general mistakenly said Nevada’s constitution protects abortion rights; it doesn’t.
Several political names from Nevada yesteryear are running for office anew this year.
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