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Ramona Giwargis

Former reporter: State Government and Politics

Ramona Giwargis covered state government and politics for the Las Vegas Review-Journal from January 2018 to December 2018. She previously covered local politics all over California, including stops in her hometown of San Jose, Merced, Salinas and Eureka. Ramona is a graduate of San Jose State University and has won multiple awards for investigative journalism.

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Humble beginnings shaped political ideology of Susie Lee

The Democratic philanthropist, who grew up in a conservative Ohio home with seven siblings, delivered newspapers when she was 8 years old. It was a much different life, she said, than the lavish one portrayed in TV ads that attack her for being out of touch because she owns 17 homes.

In Las Vegas, Joe Biden implores Nevadans to vote Democrat

In between the blaring trumpets from a mariachi band and chants from union workers, former Vice President Joe Biden took the stage in Las Vegas Saturday to fire up voters on the first day Nevadans can cast ballots for the Nov. 6 election.

Heller, Rosen trade barbs during Las Vegas senatorial debate

The sole senatorial debate between Republican Sen. Dean Heller and Democrat Rep. Jacky Rosen highlighted stark differences between the candidates, who spent much of the tense debate Friday night exchanging barbs on health care, immigration and gun control.

Early voting for 2018 election begins today in Nevada

Nevada’s electorate will choose a next governor and weigh in on races that could determine control of Congress, and if voters turn out in a traditional manner, about half of the ballots cast will be done before Election Day.

Candidates asked views on pressing issues at Las Vegas forum

Governor candidate Steve Sisolak tore into rival Adam Laxalt for missing a candidate forum Thursday before tackling questions about maintaining the state’s Medicaid expansion, investing in affordable housing and cracking down on predatory payday lenders.

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