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Candidates' financials: What Nevada politicians are worth
Candidates' financials: What Nevada politicians are worth
Wednesday, April 18, 2012
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Some of Nevada's congressional candidates have deep pockets, but others in the field appear to be suffering from some of the same economic hardship that has beset the rest of the state.
Democrats outpace Republicans in voter registration in March
Tuesday, April 3, 2012
Democrats outpaced their Republican rivals last month in the race to register new voters in the run-up to this year’s presidential election.
Obama's re-election campaign launches first round of TV ads in Nevada
Obama's re-election campaign launches first round of TV ads in Nevada
Monday, April 2, 2012
Let the ad wars begin. President Barack Obama’s re-election campaign is launching its first round of television ads in Nevada this week.
As campaign goes to the mat promoting health care law, Obama plans no 'official events' to mark anniversary
Wednesday, March 21, 2012
President Obama’s re-election campaign has gone all out to promote the health care bill that he signed into law two years ago today, but his White House spokesman says anniversary is an "inside the beltway" event.
Anti-abortion group pulls initiative petition, will back 'personhood' initiative
Tuesday, March 20, 2012
Organizers of one of two competing anti-abortion petitions decided Tuesday to pull their initiative, hoping to present a united front behind the so-called personhood initiative being circulated for signatures now.
Obama to visit Boulder City on swing touting energy policy
Obama to visit Boulder City on swing touting energy policy
Friday, March 16, 2012
President Barack Obama will be in Nevada on Wednesday, visiting a solar installation near Boulder City as part of a four-state swing touting his "all of the above" energy policy, according to a White House source.
Berkley: Rush Limbaugh not the same as Bill Maher
Tuesday, March 13, 2012
U.S. Rep. Shelley Berkley, D-Nev., today refused to back down from her call to silence conservative radio talk show host Rush Limbaugh, despite critics who say she is on the wrong side of the First Amendment.
Report: Grover Norquist calls Sandoval 'a rat' for raising taxes
Tuesday, March 13, 2012
Anti-tax organizer Grover Norquist reportedly called Gov. Brian Sandoval “a rat” for extending a 2009 tax increase that he had promised to let sunset, according to an account of a conservative gathering in New York by the online news site BuzzFeed.
Many Nevada Republicans were hoping for more conclusive Super Tuesday
Many Nevada Republicans were hoping for more conclusive Super Tuesday
Tuesday, March 6, 2012
Eager for Nevada to once against become a political epicenter, some Nevada Republicans have one message as their party continues to fight over whom to put up against President Barack Obama in November: Let’s get on with it!
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Why Nevada GOP might be better off without an early caucus
Tuesday, February 14, 2012
The question begging to be asked in the wake of the Nevada GOP’s chaotic presidential caucus isn’t simply whether the Republican National Committee should bestow early-state status on Nevada ever again.
Anti-abortion group files third rewrite of ballot intiative
Tuesday, February 7, 2012
An anti-abortion group seeking to prohibit all forms of abortion has filed its third ballot initiative in an attempt to craft language that will pass legal muster.
Photo: Volunteers count caucus ballots for the second con
Nevada GOP dealing with 'trouble box' of questionable ballots
Sunday, February 5, 2012
Republican Party officials are trying to figure out how to deal with a “trouble box” of ballots from the presidential caucus Sunday as the count in Nevada’s largest county stretches into its second day.
Photo: Volunteers count caucus ballots for the second con
Vote count in GOP caucus continuing in Nevada's largest county
Sunday, February 5, 2012
The voting ended half a day ago. The networks have called the race. The GOP presidential candidates have delivered their speeches and left the state. And, still, party officials in Nevada’s largest county continue to count the vote.
Mitt Romney backs off rivals, turns his focus to Obama in Reno
Mitt Romney backs off rivals, turns his focus to Obama in Reno
Thursday, February 2, 2012
ELECTION 2012:
Four years ago, Reno-area Republicans caucused overwhelmingly for former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney. On Thursday, hundreds of them packed a Reno convention hall for a speech many saw as key to their decision on whether to caucus for him again.
Why the fractured Tea Party movement failed to offer a presidential nominee
Thursday, February 2, 2012
Election 2012: Activists agree on whom not to choose, but they haven't put their own alternative in the race
While the Tea Party in Nevada and elsewhere has had some small successes in local and congressional races, they are now so fractured that nominating a presidential candidate to carry their mantel is all but impossible.

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