Horsford Launches Campaign Bid For CongressHorsford will kick off his campaign by holding town halls and listening sessions across the district. Horsford is running for the seat in Nevada's 4th Congressional District, which he represented from 2013-2015.
Assemblyman Wheeler Elected GOP LeaderWheeler has represented Douglas County in Assembly District 39 since 2013. His 15-member caucus elected him during a meeting Thursday in Las Vegas to replace former Assemblyman Paul Anderson.
Some Valley Health Care Advocates Announce Day Of ActionSaturday rallies, including one in Las Vegas, will focus on Congressional Republicans who voted to take health care away from 23 million Americans.
Who Are The Best Tippers? The Answer May Surprise YouThe best tippers are men, Republicans, northeasterners and credit/debit card users, according to a new CreditCards.com report.
Democrats Turn Out in Force of 1st Day of Nevada Early VoteDemocrats hope to keep up the dominant performance they showed on the first day of Nevada's two-week early voting period.
Nevada Democrats Head Toward Election With 89,000-Voter LeadNevada Democrats head into voting season with an 89,000-person registration lead over Republicans.
Democrats Widen Nevada Registration Advantage to 77,000Nevada Democrats have widened their registration lead over Republicans as the election draws near.
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.