Question 4 would place a declaration of voters’ rights into the constitution.
Question 6 would mandate that Nevada generate 50 percent of its energy from renewable sources by 2030.
Question 3 would make a series of changes to the State Board of Pardons Commissioners.
No details as to what the “advice and consent” process constitutes.
Republicans shouldn’t confirm his court pick until he does.
Taking issue with Golden Knights, wildfire letters.
Foolish and divisive dialog.
This time the party establishment won’t be as quick to underestimate their rising outsiders’ chances.
There’s now more evidence that Democrats are committing mail ballot fraud than that President Donald Trump colluded with Russia.
Will theaters still be around when viewers are ready to go back?
Question 1 removes the Board of Regents from the Nevada constitution, but doesn’t introduce any immediate changes.
Question 2 would recognize all marriages, regardless of gender, overturning the traditional definition of marriage in the state constitution.
Democrats have made little effort over the years to simplify the rules and have, in fact, fought such efforts.
Biden is bleeding support from the Latino community’s quintessential swing voters — Mexicans and Mexican Americans in the Southwest.
If Joe Biden wins the Electoral College but President Donald Trump refuses to concede due to claims of a rigged election, Americans need to be ready to go on strike
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Yucca Mountain could one day produce a dividend for Nevadans, according to Jim Marchant, who’s running for the Republican nomination in Congressional District 4.
Congratulations to new Clark County School District superintendent John Vellardita. It’s obvious his power has surpassed that of Jesus Jara, superintendent in title only.
The Clark County School District wants to replace the current Professional Growth System. That’s according to Jason Goudie, the district’s chief financial officer.