Organizers of a pair of conservative Nevada ballot measures have failed to deliver signature petitions needed to meet the deadline to qualify either their health insurance or voter ID initiative for the November election.
Conservative Nevadans led by tea party activist Sharron Angle are fighting Tuesday’s deadline to gather the necessary signatures to get their voter ID and health insurance initiatives on the November ballot.
Early voting lasts two weeks. The primary is June 10.
Nevada Democrats retain a 64,000 voter registration lead over Republicans as the 2014 election season ramps up.
A judge says a disbarred Las Vegas lawyer who ran for Los Angeles City Council a little over a year ago can’t be on the ballot for Nevada state controller because he doesn’t meet a two-year state residency requirement.
Filing for office officially underway
Nevada Secretary of State Ross Miller is dropping a plan to prohibit local voting officials from releasing unofficial election results without his approval after state Democrats and the Nevada Press Association complained.