$900K in TV Ads Take Aim at Senate Hopeful Heck Over BanksA Democratic super PAC is launching TV ads attacking Republican Senate candidate Rep. Joe Heck for positions he's taken on bank taxes and Social Security.
Ads Attack Nevada Senate Candidate Cortez Masto Over UberA PAC is launching a $1.2 million ad blitz criticizing Democratic Senate candidate Catherine Cortez Masto for her role in ride-hailing service Uber's temporary shutdown in Nevada.
Nevada Attorney General: Court Immigration Move is 'Victory'Nevada Attorney General Adam Laxalt is praising a Supreme Court move that blocks President Barack Obama's anti-deportation effort.
Nevada Senate Candidates Proposing Televised DebatesCandidates in Nevada's pivotal Senate contest say they're looking forward to facing off in televised debates.
After Primaries, Sights Shift to Nevada Senate RaceThe race to replace Democratic Sen. Harry Reid is taking center stage after Rep. Joe Heck and Catherine Cortez Masto won their Nevada primaries.
Harry Reid Striving to Win 1 Last Campaign Before He RetiresHarry Reid is working the inside game, as only he can, to ensure he leaves Democrats in control of the Senate, the White House and his home state of Nevada next year.
Battle Royal Shapes for Vacant Seat in Battleground NevadaIn a state where the politics can be as raucous as the casinos, the race for U.S. Senate in Nevada is shaping up as a battle royal.
Vice President Joe Biden In Las Vegas Supporting Cortez MastoBiden campaigns for Cortez-Masto after UNLV appearance with Lady Gaga
Democrat Cortez Masto Will Run For Reid's Senate SeatCortez Masto served two terms as the state's top prosecutor.
Republican Rep. Joe Heck Files To Run For Harry Reid's Senate SeatHeck's main opponent is Democratic former Nevada Attorney General Catherine Cortez Masto
Several Law Enforcement Unions Endorsing Cortez Masto For US SenateCotez Masto's initiatives to fight human trafficking cited as partial reason for endorsement
Heck, Masto Campaign Finance UpdatesCandidates to replace Harry Reid in U.S. Senate file fourth-quarter reports