Democrats Widen Nevada Registration Advantage to 72,000Nevada's Democratic voter base grew faster than the Republican voter base in July.
Some of Nevada's Top Republicans Skipping RNC ConventionSome of Nevada's top Republicans are sitting out of their party's national convention in Cleveland next week.
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.
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 Add Surprise $9 Minimum-Wage Provision To Nevada Overtime BillRepublicans surprised their Democratic colleagues on Friday by tacking a provision raising Nevada's minimum wage to $9 an hour to a bill that would repeal a law limiting the regular workday to eight hours.
House Panel Blocks State Funds For Federal Health Care Law
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.
Sheriff Casts Critical Eye On Polygamous CommunityMohave County's sheriff says he'll cast a critical eye on a polygamous community on the Arizona-Utah line.
New Mexico Debate In Spanish Part Of Growing Trend The moderator gave New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez the nod to start her opening statement. She smiled, then looked at the camera.
Las Vegas Drops Bid For 2016 GOP ConventionOrganizers cited problems with scheduling and convention space in a letter sent to the Republican National Committee.