The Wisconsin election is being viewed as a national test case in a broader fight over voter access in the age of the coronavirus.
Prospective nominee Joe Biden said he didn’t think it would be possible to hold a normal convention in mid-July because of the coronavirus pandemic.
The series of debates will air Wednesday and Saturday nights on YurView Channel 14 through the June 9 primary.
Ron Israel is hoping to retain his seat on the Clark County District Court bench in a judicial primary against attorneys Jim Cavanaugh and Alexandra McLeod.
Attorneys Karl Armstrong, Craig Friedberg, Jasmin Lilly-Spells and Jim Sweetin are vying to replace Clark County District Judge Stefany Miley, who is stepping down.
More than 14,000 delegates were set to participate in the Democratic county conventions.
Attorneys Veronica Barisich, Terry Coffing, Blair Parker and Eric Abbott are vying to replace District Judge Carolyn Ellsworth, who is retiring.
With more than 70 candidates in 23 judicial races on the June 9 primary ballot this year, the Las Vegas Review-Journal will stage video debates to help voters make informed choices.
Attorneys Phil Aurbach, Nadia Krall and Barbara Schifalacqua are running to replace District Judge Kerry Earley, who is not seeking re-election.
Attorneys Adam Ganz, Monica Trujillo and Michael Miceli are seeking to replace District Judge Douglas Herndon, who is running for the Nevada Supreme Court.
It’s a dramatic reversal of fortune for the former vice president whose campaign appeared on the brink of collapse just two weeks ago.
She withdrew from the race in December, ending a candidacy with the historic potential of becoming the first black woman elected president.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren dropped out of the Democratic presidential race on Thursday.
Bloomberg quit the race just 101 days after he got in despite pouring more than $500 million of his personal fortune into his campaign. The massive investment netted him a single win in American Samoa.