An outside political group supporting House Democrats is casting blame for the government shutdown on nine House Republicans in a series of television and online ads.
As Republicans and Democrats battle for new voter registrations, more Nevadans chose a third option.
Congressman Steven Horsford will seek a second term next year.
A lawmaker who has been arrested twice in two months, hospitalized for a mental evaluation and accused of threatening to harm a Democratic Party leader could become the first person in Nevada history to be kicked out of the Legislature.
Assemblyman Steven Brooks is no longer a member of the Democratic caucus.
Nearly 1.3 million Nevadans are registered as active voters.
Senator Harry Reid says the opposition is to blame for blocking passage of a bill to legalize online poker.
More than 700,000 Nevadans cast ballots during early voting in advance of Tuesday’s general election, with nearly 50,000 more Democrats voting than Republicans.
Nearly half of all registered Nevada voters have cast early ballots. The secretary of state’s office says 46% have either voted early or sent in absentee ballots.
The Republican National Committee claims there are problems with voting machines in Nevada and five other swing states.