A group of women activists in the Nevada Democratic Party has formed Emerge
- a group that offers advice and training for potential women candidates. The group had its first successes in the last election cycle and now has slate of candidates running for diverse offices in the November election.
Republicans have a mobile training school for women candidates, which they'll bring to any city in the country. We talk with both groups' organizers and some of the candidates to find out what the candidate schools
teach and why it's so complicated to be a woman candidate.
Bartering for chickens. Winning the Tea Party endorsement. Campaign finance rules, and voter turnout...What will tip the balance at the voting booths? Who's leading the pack in race for Harry Reid's Senate seat? And who has your vote?
Throw your questions and comments at our political pundits and jump into the conversation here...
Shelly Berkley voted in favor of the health care bill and the economic stimulus package, but two primary candidates say it's those votes that are keeping the country in recession. Republicans Michele Fiore and Craig Lake are both vying to unseat the six-term Congresswoman in Nevada's first congressional district.
They join us to take your phone calls and emails as we continue our series of interviews with primary race candidates. If you live in Nevada's first congressional district, send us an email to email@example.com or call 258-3552 at 9 a.m. on Wednesday.