Secretary of State Cegavske Seeks Re-ElectionThe Las Vegas Republican who previously served more than 15 years in the state Legislature announced her bid Monday for a second, four-year term in 2018.
State Assemblyman Announces Secretary of State BidA first-term Nevada state lawmaker from Las Vegas says he'll run as a Democrat next year against the incumbent Republican secretary of state.
Officials: No Arrests, Few Disruptions at Nevada Vote SitesAuthorities in Nevada reported no arrests and few disruptions at polling places during voting Tuesday in hotly contested presidential, state and local races.
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.
Group Asking Nevada To Throw Out Gun Ballot Item
Voter Turnout Near Record BreakingTurnout was light, but not the lowest ever as voters in Nevada trickled to the polls to decide primary contests for governor, lieutenant governor, four congressional districts and various state and local contests.
Alleged Hillary Clinton Shoe Thrower DetainedFederal judge orders Alison Michelle Ernst to remain in jail in Phoenix until she is returned to Las Vegas to face federal charges.
Cegavske Declares For Secretary Of StateState Senator Barbara Cegavske says she’ll run for secretary of state next year.
Live And Local With Kevin Wall 08/01/13: Randy Sutton, Chuck Muth, Wall To Wall Daily PollRetired Metro Police Department Police Lt. Randy Sutton talked with Kevin Wall about guns and self-defense.
Secretary Of State Proposes Voter ID BillThe League of Women Voters is backing a proposal by Nevada Secretary of State Ross Miller to update the state's polling books to include electronic voter photos.
Ross Miller To Hold Lawmakers AccountableSecretary of State Ross Miller wants to shed light on gifts and campaign contributions received by Nevada lawmakers and other public officials.
Voter ID Project To Cost Less Than EstimatedSecretary of State Ross Miller says his proposal to update Nevada's election poll books with voter photographs would cost far less than previously estimated.