White House responds to RJ report on mail-in ballots, voting fraud and AB4 Bill. RJ Politics reporter Rory Appleton breaks it all down. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Many line up to vote for the 2020 Nevada primary election causing voting lines to continue past 8 p.m. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
During a recent debate hosted by the Las Vegas Review-Journal, candidate Fikisha Miller criticized District Judge William “Bill” Kephart for his handling of a 2017 sentencing hearing. The two-part hearing involved a pregnant defendant, Charla Pate. Miller and Crystal Eller are running against Kephart in the Department 19 race.
The Review-Journal studio sits down with district court family division department P candidate Mary Perry for a one-on-one interview.
The Review-Journal studio sits down with Chief Justice of the Nevada Supreme Court Kristina Pickering for an one-on-one interview.
The Las Vegas Review-Journal studio hosts a debate between the three candidates running for Department 19 in Clark County District Court. The candidates are Crystal Lyn Eller, William David Kephart, and Fikisha Liki Miller.
The Las Vegas Review-Journal studio hosts a debate between the two of the three candidates running for Department A in Clark County Family Court. The candidates are Gayle Nathan and William Oaks Voy.
The former senate aide claims Biden assaulted her in 1993 when he was a senator. Biden first denied the accusations via a public post on Medium. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
The Las Vegas Review-Journal studio hosts a debate between the four candidates running for Department Z in Clark County Family Court. The candidates are Randall Gene Forman, Michele Lynn Mercer, Romeo Ruiz Perez, and Kevin Charles Speed.
The Las Vegas Review-Journal hosts a debate between the two of the three candidates running for Department 28 in Clark County District Court including James Early Cavanaugh and Ronald J. Israel.
Based on exit polls conducted by Edison Media Research, the former vice president was projected as the
winner of the six-state primary day. Michigan was the biggest prize of the day with 125 delegates up for grabs. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
A Southern California activist and supporter of Sen. Bernie Sanders spent nearly an hour shouting warnings and condemnations of the Democratic Party through a megaphone at the home of Nevada Democratic Party Chairman William McCurdy II on the eve of last week’s presidential caucuses, prompting him to call the police. (Maria Estrada)
Registration begins at the East Las Vegas Community Center for the Nevada Democratic caucuses, Saturday, Feb. 22, 2020. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Senator Bernie Sanders hold rally at Springs Preserve Amphitheater
Trump supporters camp outside the Las Vegas Convention Center on Thursday, Feb. 20, 2020, where President Trump will held a rally on Friday in Las Vegas. (Bizuayehu Tesfaye/Las Vegas Review-Journal) @bizutesfaye
Tonight’s 2020 Democratic Debate was a full-blown attack on former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg.
Candidates attacked his past policies, his record with stop and frisk and his billionaire status garnishing him a spot on the presidential trail, all while defending their own policies. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Donald Trump landed in Las Vegas on Tuesday, Feb. 18, 2020, as part of a four-day western state swing. (James Schaeffer/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Bernie Sanders leads a crowd at UNLV to early caucus voting polls on Tuesday, Feb. 19 in Las Vegas. (Shea Johnson/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
The final day of the Nevada Democratic Party’s early presidential caucuses wrapped up Tuesday, as thousands of Democrats lined up at 55 locations around the state for their last shot at filing an early preference card before the traditional caucuses on Saturday. Long lines were seen at CSN Charleston in Las Vegas. (Alexis Egeland/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Voters were still in line just before 8 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 18, 2020, as early voting in the Nevada Democratic Party caucuses came to a close. (Shea Johnson/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Elizabeth Warren and Tom Steyer talk to care in action about the importance of Medicare for All, paid leave and child care. (Nathan Asselin/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Sen. Klobuchar speaks with the Las Vegas Review Journal Editorial Board regarding key points to her campaign strategies for Nevada and for the country.
Sen. Jacky Rosen, D-Nev., spoke to those casting early caucus votes at the Culinary Workers hall on Monday, Feb. 17, 2020. Early voting in the Nevada Democratic caucuses continues Tuesday. The Nevada Caucuses are Saturday, Feb. 22. (Michael Quine/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders leads the presidential field by a solid margin among likely Democratic caucus-goers heading into Nevada’s four-day early voting period, with with 25 percent of respondents expressing support. (Renee Summerour/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
AARP’s Nevada Caucus discussion with Steve Sebelius about the Nevada Caucus and early voting.
AARP’s Nevada Caucus Discussion with Steve Sebelius. Join us as we discuss the Nevada Caucus process.
How does the caucus work in Nevada? Shelby Wiltz, the caucus director for the Nevada State Democratic party takes us through the process. (Renee Summerour and James Schaeffer/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
The RJ Politics podcast crew sits down with Nevada State Senator Yvanna Cancela to discuss why she is supporting former Vice President Joe Biden in the 2020 presidential race.
2020 Presidential Candidate Deval Patrick joins hosts Rory Appleton and Steve Sebelius on the RJ Politics Podcast.
Tom Steyer joins the RJ Politics podcast to talk about his campaign presence in Nevada and how he plans to take Trump on when talking about the economy. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)