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(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.

FM News 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, […]



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


Nevada Official Says Special Election Costs Increasing

Nevada’s chief voting official says a special election to fill a House vacancy will cost more than you may think.


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NV Election Chief Rules Out Mail Only Contest

Two rural precincts have been denied permission to hold a special election for the vacant U.S. House seat by mail only.



Supreme Court Rules On Special Election

The Nevada Supreme Court today ruled on how the Sept. 13th special election will be run to fill the state’s open U.S. House seat.

CBS Las Vegas–07/05/2011