Organizers of a pair of conservative Nevada ballot measures have failed to deliver signature petitions needed to meet the deadline to qualify either their health insurance or voter ID initiative for the November election.
Conservative Nevadans led by tea party activist Sharron Angle are fighting Tuesday’s deadline to gather the necessary signatures to get their voter ID and health insurance initiatives on the November ballot.
A ballot initiative to require ID at the polls in Nevada will be resubmitted after a judge rewrote language as it would appear on the ballot
Sharron Angle’s initiative to require a photo ID at the polls has been challenged as unconstitutional and defective.
Sharron Angle, a conservative former assemblywoman and failed U.S. Senate candidate has filed a proposed constitutional amendment to require photo identification to vote.
Sharron Angle is not ruling out another run for the U.S. Senate.
The Federal Election Commission says Sharron Angle’s campaign didn’t properly report hundreds of thousands of dollars in campaign contributions or $2.3 million in debts during her failed 2010 U.S. Senate bid in Nevada.
Former Nevada U.S. Senate candidate Danny Tarkanian says he is considering a run for Congress in the state’s new 4th district next year.
Former Nevada Senate hopeful Sharron Angle has been named to the board of a conservative group that calls itself “the Republican wing of the Republican party.”
CARSON CITY, Nev. (AP) — Tea party-backed Sharron Angle has taken herself out of the running for Nevada’s U.S. House special election. In a statement, Angles says a court ruling that says major political parties […]