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Democrats Bullish in Efforts to Regain Power in LegislatureDemocrats say they're feeling more optimistic in their efforts to regain majorities in the Nevada Legislature now that the primaries are behind them.
Early Voting Ends; 11 Percent of Nevada Voters Cast BallotOfficials say 11 percent of Nevada's 1.3 million active registered voters cast a ballot during Nevada's two-week early voting period.
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.
Moderate Republican Lawmakers Have Money Lead Over Tax FoesRepublican lawmakers who supported Gov. Brian Sandoval's tax package have outraised their anti-tax Republican challengers so far this year.
NV Bernie Delegate Erin Bilbray on the Disruptive DemocratsThe Democratic Convention in Nevada on Saturday brought more disruption and chaos than was expected and the hosting casino had to cancel the event.
Nevada Voter Registration Hits Record High Over 1.5 MillionMore than 1.5 million Nevadans are now registered to vote in the June primary elections, the most in state history.
Commentary: The Most Bizarre 2016 Presidential RaceIs this election heading us toward salvation or doom?
GOP And Democrats Add New Voters To Rolls In FebruaryNumber of nonpartisan voters droppped
Nevada Democratic Party Launches Ads & Web Tool To Push CaucusNevada Democrats release campaign pushing importance of Caucus and release new web tool to lure voters.
Why Does The GOP Allow Democrats To Moderate Their Debates?
Immigrants' Chances Tied To Their State's PoliciesA patchwork of rules began to form in states — largely along political lines — after the president allowed some young immigrants to stay in the country. Conservative states like Nebraska and Arizona kept them from getting driver's licenses while liberal locations were much more welcoming in terms of state services and benefits.
Barber Files Federal Lawsuit Over Uncounted VotesRep. Ron Barber of Arizona has filed a lawsuit in federal court seeking to stop the official certification of general election votes in the 2nd Congressional District.

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