LAS VEGAS (AP) — The elected body with jurisdiction over the Las Vegas Strip has signed off on a Democratic former Nevada secretary of state's 15-vote electoral victory over a veteran Republican Las Vegas City Council member.
On Tuesday, the Clark County Commission certified Democrat Ross Miller’s 10-vote win over Republican Stavros Anthony in the commission District C race, which they had declined to do at an earlier meeting.
Tuesday is National Voter Registration Day, and Nevada Secretary of State Ross Miller has created a Web site to register voters. The deadline to register is October 6, so there are only a few days to go.
A federal judge this week struck down the option to vote for "none of these candidates" on the Nevada ballot in November. U.S. District Court Judge, Robert C. Jones said in his ruling, since "none" can never win a race, those votes don't count. Nevada Secretary of State Ross Miller has said his office will file an immediate appeal. We'll talk with Secretary of State Ross Miller about the impact of removing Nevada's "none of these candidates" option from the ballot.
The Nevada Supreme Court on Tuesday heard oral arguments from Democrats and Republicans on the special election in Congressional District 2 to replace Dean Heller. In May Secretary of State, Ross Miller announced the race would be open to all contenders and was dubbed as the "ballot royale.
The Supreme Court ruled on Monday that Arizona candidates will no longer be able to use public money to match funds their political counterparts raised to spend during an election cycle. Meanwhile, Gov.