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Miller Cuts Overseas Trip Short

Secretary of State Ross Miller’s trip to the Middle East has been cut short by unrest in the region.


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Voter Registration Campaign Underway

A new $800,000 dollar voter registration campaign is underway in Nevada.


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Nevada’s Secretary Of State Wins MMA Fight

Nevada’s Secretary of State is retiring undefeated as a mixed martial arts fighter.


(Photo KXNT SamStone)  Three Democratic candidates for federal office with state party Chair Roberta Lange (second from left) on Tuesday night at a Democratic field office in Henderson.

Primary Turnout Near Historic Lows

Relatively few voters turned out for Tuesday’s primary election, but it wasn’t the lowest on record.


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Nevada Nixes Nicknames

Two U.S. Senate candidates won’t be known by their nicknames on the ballot.

CBS Las Vegas–03/14/2012


New Laws Starting Soon

A legislative panel has approved dozens of regulations — many of which were necessary to implement new laws taking effect Jan. 1.

NewsRadio 100.5 KXNT–12/31/2011

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Las Vegas Councilman Faces Recall

Las Vegas Councilman Steve Ross could soon face a recall election.

CBS Las Vegas–12/21/2011

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Secretary of State Eases Election Restrictions

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.


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Voter Registration Numbers Released

Secretary of State Ross Miller released voter registration numbers on Friday. The numbers show a statewide increase in registered voters at the end of October compared to September. Of the 4,336 who registered to vote, […]


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Amodei Leading Congressional Race

Republican Mark Amodei is considered the favorite to win tomorrow’s special election in the Second Congressional District.

CBS Las Vegas–09/12/2011