Nevada Lt. Governor Brian Krolicki talks about the reasons behind Las Vegas dropping its bid to host the 2016 Republican National Convention.
Las Vegas is a step closer to hosting the 2016 Republican National Convention.
Nevada’s Lieutenant Governor Brian Krolicki says Las Vegas has a good chance of hosting the 2016 Republican National Convention.
Michael McDonald, Nevada Republican Party Chairman, and Brian Krolicki,Nevada Lt. Governor, fill us in on the push to get the GOP Convention to Las Vegas.
A host committee has been formed to bring the 2016 convention to Las Vegas
Nevada officials are defending nearly $88 million in tax incentives to bring new businesses to the Silver State.
Governor Brian Sandoval is getting ready to deliver his speech to the Republican National Convention.
Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval and members of his cabinet will be fanning out across Nevada on Thursday, visiting businesses to get their perspective on jobs and the economy.
(Carson City, NV) — If Congressman Dean Heller is chosen to fill John Ensign’s U.S. Senate seat, Lieutenant Governor Brian Krolicki is the favorite for a special election. The “Review-Journal” says a poll of the […]
Photo Credit: Daily Sparks Tribune State Sen. Greg Brower is tossing his hat into the ring for Nevada’s 2nd Congressional District race to replace Republican Rep. Dean Heller in the likely event Heller is appointed by […]