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‘None Of The Above’ Tops Nevada’s Dem Gubernatorial Primary

As embarrassing as it was for leaders of Nevada’s Democratic Party, political analysts say they shouldn’t necessarily have been surprised that their candidate topping the ticket in November will be best known as the man who beat out seven other gubernatorial contenders by finishing second in the primary to “none of the above.”

06/12/2014

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Black GOP Candidate: ‘I Don’t Consider Cliven Bundy Racist At All’

A Republican candidate for the Nevada congressional district where rancher Cliven Bundy lives said that he doesn’t consider the man or his family racist at all.

05/28/2014

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Las Vegas On Dem’s List Too

Already a finalist to host the Republican National Convention in 2016, Las Vegas has been invited by the Democrats to make a pitch for their convention, too.

04/22/2014

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Nevada Got 5,000 New Voters In March

The voter registration deadline to vote in the June primary is May 20th

04/01/2014

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Gallup Survey: Hispanics Twice As Likely To Identify With Democratic Party

In a recent Gallup Daily tracking survey, all Hispanic age groups are more than twice as likely to identify with or lean to the Democratic party rather than the Republican Party.

07/17/2013

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Democratic Leaders Aim To Create Jobs

Before the 77th session of the Nevada Legislature began, members of the Democratic Party vowed to be transparent while relaying their legislation to the public.

02/19/2013

MSNBC analyst Karen Finney said that the Republican Party will continue to have problems connecting to Latino voters. (Photo by Kris Connor/Getty Images)

MSNBC Analyst: ‘Crazy Crackers On The Right’ Push Latino Voters Away From GOP

Democratic Party strategist and MSNBC political analyst, Karen Finney, said on Tuesday that the “hateful language” and tone of the Republican Party will continue to be an obstacle in their appeal to Latino voters.

01/30/2013

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