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2021-08-17 17:43:39
by Dan McCue
Western States Face First Federal Water Cuts

Federal regulators on Monday declared the first-ever water shortage at Lake Mead, a reservoir that feeds into the Colorado River... Read More

Federal regulators on Monday declared the first-ever water shortage at Lake Mead, a reservoir that feeds into the Colorado River and serves approximately 40 million people in the West. The declaration, issued as part of an outlook for the river... Read More

2020-11-03 09:15:38
by TWN Staff
NV-03: Daniel Rodimer (R)

About Rodimer : Daniel Rodimer dedicates much of his time to volunteering with charities. Child Haven, an organization he helped... Read More

About Rodimer : Daniel Rodimer dedicates much of his time to volunteering with charities. Child Haven, an organization he helped found during his time at Ave Maria School of Law in south Florida, helps underprivileged kids celebrate Christmas.  He serves... Read More

2020-11-03 08:50:19
by TWN Staff
NV-03: Susie Lee (D)

About Lee: Susie Lee was born to a working class family in Canton, Ohio. Her father was a military veteran... Read More

About Lee: Susie Lee was born to a working class family in Canton, Ohio. Her father was a military veteran who worked at a steel plant, while her mother stayed at home to care for the family of eight kids. ... Read More

Nevada to Mail All Voters Ballots; Trump Promises Lawsuit

CARSON CITY, Nev. (AP) — Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak signed legislation Monday to mail all of the state's active voters... Read More

CARSON CITY, Nev. (AP) — Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak signed legislation Monday to mail all of the state's active voters ballots ahead of the November election, a move being criticized by President Donald Trump, who promised a lawsuit to block... Read More

Will There Be More Presidential Caucus Chaos? ‘Nevada is Just Praying’

LAS VEGAS — Dozens of Democratic volunteers scurried around Dona Maria Mexican Restaurant in polite pandemonium last week as they... Read More

LAS VEGAS — Dozens of Democratic volunteers scurried around Dona Maria Mexican Restaurant in polite pandemonium last week as they staged a mock caucus to prepare for the real thing on Saturday in Nevada. A dining area filled with cries... Read More

Silver State Lining in Iowa Debacle? Nevada Democrats Want to Be First Next Time

PAHRUMP, Nev. — Iowa Democrats’ disastrous delay in announcing results from the Feb. 3 caucuses could turn out to be... Read More

PAHRUMP, Nev. — Iowa Democrats’ disastrous delay in announcing results from the Feb. 3 caucuses could turn out to be an opportunity for Nevada — but only if the more diverse Silver State can smoothly count its own votes this... Read More

Democrats Court Diverse Voters in Nevada

LAS VEGAS — Lisa Rosario describes herself as a political junkie. But she still hasn’t decided who she will support... Read More

LAS VEGAS — Lisa Rosario describes herself as a political junkie. But she still hasn’t decided who she will support in the Democratic presidential contest. “It’s gut-wrenching because this to me is one of the most important votes that we’ve... Read More

2020-02-18 15:13:24
by Dan McCue
Bloomberg to Join Democratic Presidential Contenders at Wednesday’s Debate

Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg has qualified for Wednesday night's presidential candidate debate, the first time the billionaire... Read More

Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg has qualified for Wednesday night's presidential candidate debate, the first time the billionaire will appear onstage with his Democratic rivals. A national poll from NPR, PBS NewsHour and Marist released on Tuesday morning... Read More

‘This Race is Really Wide Open’: Uncertainty Hangs Over Final Sprint to Nevada

LAS VEGAS — Bernie Sanders is the favorite. Amy Klobuchar is untested, but riding a wave of momentum. And Joe... Read More

LAS VEGAS — Bernie Sanders is the favorite. Amy Klobuchar is untested, but riding a wave of momentum. And Joe Biden desperately needs to turn his campaign around. Beyond that, even Democrats deeply familiar with Nevada are hesitant to make... Read More

2020-01-21 22:07:57
by Dan McCue
New Hampshire Still Number One, Vegas Bets on Becoming a Bellwether

Given the massive media attention it receives every four years as home to the first-in-the-nation presidential primary, it's sometimes easy... Read More

Given the massive media attention it receives every four years as home to the first-in-the-nation presidential primary, it's sometimes easy to forget that New Hampshire is also a swing state. For decades, polling has shown independent-minded New Hampshirites are nearly... Read More

2019-11-26 13:54:56
by Dan McCue
Democrats Approve Early Voting Plan for 2020 Nevada Caucus

WASHINGTON - The Democratic National Committee has signed off on a plan that will allow Nevada to offer the first-ever... Read More

WASHINGTON - The Democratic National Committee has signed off on a plan that will allow Nevada to offer the first-ever early voting option for a presidential caucus. During a press briefing on Monday, DNC Chairman Tom Perez and Nevada party... Read More

2019-05-30 20:31:36
by Dan McCue
Nevada Governor Signs Bill Restoring Voting Rights to Former Felons

Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak signed a sweeping criminal justice reform bill Wednesday that will restore the voting rights of ex-felons,... Read More

Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak signed a sweeping criminal justice reform bill Wednesday that will restore the voting rights of ex-felons, a measure he said will re-enfranchise 77,000 people when it goes into effect on July 1. Sisolak, a Democrat and... Read More

2019-05-13 22:02:45
by Dan McCue
Supreme Court Overturns 40-Year Precedent in Two-State Dispute

A divided U.S. Supreme Court Monday overturned a 40-year precedent, ruling one state cannot be sued in the courts of... Read More

A divided U.S. Supreme Court Monday overturned a 40-year precedent, ruling one state cannot be sued in the courts of another without its consent. The decision ends a long-running tax dispute between California officials and a Nevada inventor named Gilbert... Read More

2019-03-06 23:17:58
by Dan McCue
Nevada Asks Ninth Circuit to Block Plutonium Shipments

Nevada is asking the Ninth Circuit to block the Trump administration from making further shipments of weapons-grade plutonium into the... Read More

Nevada is asking the Ninth Circuit to block the Trump administration from making further shipments of weapons-grade plutonium into the state, contending the White House is intent to turn it into "the nation's radioactive dump." In a filing in the... Read More

2018-11-04 19:04:54
by NV SENATE: Jacky Rosen (D)
NV SENATE: Jacky Rosen (D)

Jacky Rosen has lived in Nevada for nearly 40 years. She is the granddaughter of immigrants and grew up in a ... Read More

Jacky Rosen has lived in Nevada for nearly 40 years. She is the granddaughter of immigrants and grew up in a working class family. As the first in her family to graduate from college, Jacky worked two jobs and took out... Read More

2018-10-19 17:58:59
by TWN Staff
On the Trail: Countdown to the Midterms

AZ (Senate): Candidates for Arizona's U.S. Senate seat, U.S. Representatives Kyrsten Sinema (D) and Martha McSally (R), debated ... Read More

AZ (Senate): Candidates for Arizona's U.S. Senate seat, U.S. Representatives Kyrsten Sinema (D) and Martha McSally (R), debated at an event hosted by Arizona PBS and the Arizona Republic in Phoenix. Watch the debate... Read More

2018-09-08 17:25:24
by NV-04: Steven Horsford (D)
NV-04: Steven Horsford (D)

Born and raised in Nevada, Steven Horsford has been fighting for working families for his entire career. He led the ... Read More

Born and raised in Nevada, Steven Horsford has been fighting for working families for his entire career. He led the state’s largest career training program helping thousands of workers find good jobs and made history as Nevada’s first ... Read More

2018-09-08 15:37:06
by NV-03: Susie Lee (D)
NV-03: Susie Lee (D)

Since 2010, Susie served as President of Communities In Schools of Nevada (CIS), a leading dropout prevention organization. Under Susie’s ... Read More

Since 2010, Susie served as President of Communities In Schools of Nevada (CIS), a leading dropout prevention organization. Under Susie’s leadership, CIS has grown to serve over 64,000 students in 63 schools in Nevada. Read More

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