CARSON CITY, Nev. (AP) — A group of conservative Nevada Republicans are trying to place a $1.4 billion tax package approved and supported by Gov. Brian Sandoval on the 2016 ballot. State Controller Ron Knecht, […]
CARSON CITY, Nev. (AP) — Nevada Republicans are revisiting legislation that would allow concealed weapons on college campuses. The Assembly Judiciary Committee is scheduled to review AB 148 on Thursday. It would allow permit holders […]
Neena Laxalt becomes the second prominent Nevada woman recently to say she’s leaving the party.
The Governor supported a Sands Corp. lobbyist for state party chairman
A new GOP platform adopted at the party’s national convention in Tampa, Fla., last week encourages a ban on online gambling and is at odds with the positions many elected Nevada Republicans take.
While Nevada’s caucuses are looking like a big win for Mitt Romney, his rivals for the Republican presidential nomination are shrugging it off as the expected result.
Newt Gingrich is wooing NASCAR voters.
Long lines, voter fraud complaints and angry Ron Paul supporters are turning a special caucus for religious voters who honor the Saturday Sabbath into a circus.
Nevada Republicans made their caucus choices quickly and went home at some precincts where turnout was light, even before some of their party colleagues settled in at more crowded sites.
Nevada Republicans fanned out to fire houses, schools and some private homes around the state Saturday to cast their vote for a GOP presidential nominee and try to generate buzz for a November showdown against President Barack Obama.