Bobby Mahendra for US State SenatorHeidi Harris invites Bobby Mahendra to the station to discuss his campaign for US State Senator in Nevada.
Brent Jones - Nevada Assembly 35Heidi invited Brent Jones to the studio to discuss this year's campaign. Jones is highly involved in the Nevada community and frequently visits local businesses and tries to figure out the best ways in which he can help them continue to grow.
Amy Chelini - Justice of Peace, Dept. 14Heidi Harris invites Amy Chelini to the station to discuss her current campaign for Justice of Peace in Department 14. Amy Chelini is a former defense attorney and is now a criminal offense attorney so she has a unique point of view in the court.
Voter Registration Deadline Is TuesdayRegistration can only be done in person at a County Election Department office or online through the Nevada Secretary of State’s Office’s website.
A Congressman's Main Job is to Keep Their JobAs a new election is coming up Heidi discusses what the lives of congressmen is like and how corrupt proceedings can be, but the public often cannot do much to change what congress does.
Libs Ticked at Conservative Trends
Woman Arrested For Nevada Voter Fraud Secretary of State Ross Miller says a woman has been arrested on two felony charges for allegedly using a false identity to register to vote and casting ballots in Nevada elections.
Titus Seeking Re-Election in Nevada-1Congresswoman Dina Titus has made it official, filing papers for re-election in Nevada's First Congressional District.
Horsford Files For Re-Election The Democrat is seeking re-election in a district formed for the 2012 elections.
LV City Councilman Challenges Sen. ReidCouncilman Bob Beers says he will run against Sen. Majority Leader in 2016
"None Of The Above" Debated In CourtNevada's unique law that allows voters to cast a ballot for "none of the above" is coming under new scrutiny over whether it's constitutional.
Record Number Of Gay, Bi Candidates Seek Seats In CongressOf the four openly gay members of Congress, the two longest-serving stalwarts are vacating their seats. Instead of fretting, their activist admirers are excited about a record number of gays vying to win seats in the next Congress — and to make history in the process.