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The Nevada Independent reports the incumbent, who previously announced his retirement, may be reconsidering.
While Nevada Republicans work to regain legislative seats later this year, political observer Jon Ralston questions some of their recent moves, including an invitation to conservative firebrand All
With Steve Wynn's resignation as CEO of Wynn Resorts, does that create even more pressure on Nevada politicians to return the money he gave them for campaigns?
US Senator Dean Heller gave away Steve Wynn's money.
But what about the many other politicians who took Wynn's campaign donations?
Ruben Kihuen says he won’t run again for Congress after sexual harassment allegations. Who will take his place?
Freshman Congressman Ruben Kihuen is now in a fight for his political life.
Will multi-millionaire Stephen Cloobeck run for governor and change everything in the race?
Will the Republican-backed recall of three female state lawmakers be stopped in court?
The race for governor--with two candidates each for the Democrats and Republicans-- is shaping up to be one of the more competitive and interesting in years.
Senator Dean Heller is taking his lumps.
Dean Heller has been on the hot seat for months as the debate over a new health insurance bill rages through Congress.
Some Republicans have suggested Heller, who is up for re-election, could face a primary challenger.
Democratic and Republican lawmakers were up late Wednesday night negotiating on a compromise that would allow some form of an Education Savings Account bill to pass.
A likely Republican candidate for governor next year, Attorney General Adam Laxalt finally faced questions about a conversation he had with A.G. Burnett.
The state’s attorney general, Adam Laxalt, who is also likely to run for governor in 2018, is under fire for something he did a year ago.
Nevada lawmakers are halfway through the legislative session -- which proposals are moving forward, and which have disappeared?
Democrats have been in power before in Nevada.
But may be 2017 is different. There are a large number of bills being offered that push a more progressive agenda than in years passed.
They’re both Republicans but President Donald Trump snubbed Governor Brian Sandoval in Washington recently. The question is: why?
The pleasantries of the first day are over and we’re two weeks into the Nevada’s legislative session.
Though governor Brian Sandoval urged unity among lawmakers, the budget he unveiled last night during his last State of the State speech didn’t bridge a huge gap between Republicans and Democrats.
Never have we seen politics take the turn it did over the last 12 months.
Our panel of experts weigh in on what could be coming to Nevada politics, the economy & so much more in 2017.
Nevada stood as an island of blue in a sea of red after Tuesday’s election that saw Democrats win statewide and in three of the four congressional districts, and pick up enough seats to give the pa
Election Day is just a few days away.
What do early voting numbers reveal? Did Catherine Cortez Masto indict Brian Krolicki to help Reid? Jon Ralston explains.