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Oceguera set to launch Spanish-language ad campaign
Tuesday, October 2, 2012
In an effort not to repeat the same mistake his predecessor did, Democrat John Oceguera is preparing to launch a Spanish-language ad campaign in his race for the 3rd Congressional District.
Washoe County voter registrar inundated by faulty voter registration forms
Washoe County voter registrar inundated by faulty voter registration forms
Thursday, September 27, 2012
Washoe County Registrar Dan Burk said today his office has been inundated by hundreds of faulty voter registration forms with errors ranging from an illegible name to the listing of fake or non-existent addresses.
Watching football this weekend? Keep an eye out for the president
Watching football this weekend? Keep an eye out for the president
Thursday, September 27, 2012
President Barack Obama’s decision to spend three days preparing for the campaign’s first debate in Henderson wasn’t made on a whim. Nor will he let the extended stay in a one of the most important states to his re-election effort go by without some retail politicking.
Horsford accuses political foes of lobbing racially charged attacks
Horsford accuses political foes of lobbing racially charged attacks
Wednesday, September 26, 2012
Democratic Sen. Steven Horsford is accusing his political foes of launching racially charged attacks against him in his congressional run against Republican Danny Tarkanian.
Julian Castro goes to bat for Obama's foreclosure crisis policies
Friday, September 14, 2012
Nevada voters should look at President Barack Obama’s track record on housing and not trust “the gossip” from those who have criticized Obama’s approach to the foreclosure crisis, San Antonio Mayor Julian Castro said today.
Berkley releases new campaign ad on unemployment
Wednesday, September 12, 2012
Senate candidate Shelley Berkley released a new ad today in which she positions herself as a champion for jobless Nevadans and lobs a veiled accusation that Republicans think the unemployed are lazy.
Photo: Nevada delegation chair Wayne Terhune and his daug
Nevada Paul supporters try to regroup after defeat
Wednesday, August 29, 2012
One day after a gut-wrenching slap down at the Republican National Convention, Ron Paul’s supporters spent Wednesday trying to regroup. The overriding question for all of them: What now?
Photo: Rep. Ron Paul, R-Texas, arrives on the convention
Paul gets six petitions but falls short of having his name added to RNC ballot
Tuesday, August 28, 2012
Texas Rep. Ron Paul has succeeded in submitting petitions from six states to put his name up for nomination at the Republican National Convention. Under current convention rules, Paul needs just five states to earn the chance to speak and then be considered for nomination.
Ron Paul delegates, Tea Party talk cooperation?
Tuesday, August 28, 2012
2012 GOP Convention:
As the Ron Paul Republicans ponder future efforts to transform the party, an uneasy truce may be forming between them and some Nevada Tea Partyers.
Photo: Ron Paul arrives on the floor of the Republican Na
Ron Paul greets supporters on floor of RNC
Tuesday, August 28, 2012
If Mitt Romney campaign officials were counting on Ron Paul — Romney's former adversary for the presidential nomination — to play ball during this convention, they might want to reconsider.
Nevada alternate delegate compares national conventions past and present
Monday, August 27, 2012
2012 GOP Convention:
GOP chairman Reince Priebus officially gaveled open the 2012 Republican National Convention today, only to immediately close it for a day-long recess. Even though the proceedings lasted less than five minutes, groups of both Ron Paul and Mitt Romney delegates stood warily by in case either faction tried something unexpected.
Photo: Nevada delegates Wiselet Rouzard and Cynthia Kenne
Ron Paul, Mitt Romney delegates stand at the ready
Monday, August 27, 2012
2012 GOP Convention:
GOP chairman Reince Priebus officially gaveled open the 2012 Republican National Convention today, only to immediately close it for a day-long recess. Even though the proceedings lasted less than five minutes, groups of both Ron Paul and Mitt Romney delegates stood warily by in case either faction tried something unexpected.
Heck rejects Akin's belief that pregnancy doesn't occur from forcible rape
Heck rejects Akin's belief that pregnancy doesn't occur from forcible rape
Tuesday, August 21, 2012
politics:
Rep. Joe Heck on Tuesday did what most of his Republicans have done and condemned Missouri Rep. Todd Akin’s comments that “legitimate rape” doesn’t result in a pregnancy.
Photo: Congresswomen Shelley Berkley, from left, and Dina
Women well positioned to increase ranks in Congress, state legislatures
Monday, August 20, 2012
With a record number of female candidates on ballots across the country, voters have a chance to reverse a sudden drop in the number of female lawmakers, according to a campaign to increase the number of women elected to legislative offices.
Cain on Romney tax returns: Who cares!
Cain on Romney tax returns: Who cares!
Monday, July 23, 2012
Politics:
Former presidential candidate Herman Cain said Monday that Mitt Romney has no reason to release more of his tax returns, which would only give liberals more ammunition against him.

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