While legal, the party’s decision to host a competing nominating contest in the state has confused and angered GOP voters.
Tribal members who reside on a reservation or colony in Nevada can now register and vote from the comfort of their own homes using an electronic ballot system, making 2024 Nevada’s most accessible election year for Native American voters yet.
With a primary win all but inevitable, President Joe Biden used his Sunday appearance in Las Vegas’s Historic Westside to rally his most vocal supporters in a battleground state that delivered for him four years ago.
April Corbin Girnus, Nevada CurrentFebruary 2, 2024 Oh how quickly things can change. Three months ago, Clark County School District released a statement saying its embattled leader, Jesus Jara, would “remain in his position as superintendent as long as the Board of Trustees desires him to do so.” This week, on Wednesday, CCSD announced Jara now …
Democratic Nevada U.S. Sens. Jacky Rosen and Catherine Cortez Masto are among more than 60 senators who signed a broadly bipartisan letter supporting the Biden Administration’s efforts to improve Medicare Advantage transparency.
There are many states legislatures dealing with important issues this year, but Nevada’s isn’t one of them.
When MGM Resorts surveillance employee Joseph Tatonetti got caught providing confidential player information to sports bettor Bill Krackomberger in 2019, Tatonetti lost his job.
The rise of artificial intelligence is raising alarm bells for election officials across the country. Before the New Hampshire primary, a robocall imitating President Joe Biden called voters and told them not to vote. It’s seen as a potential preview of what voters could be in for as the 2024 general election approaches.
Last year’s count showed rates of homelessness throughout the state increased from the previous year.
New York became the 10th state to ban or limit wildlife hunting contests with the December enactment of the new law. Oregon’s wildlife agency also imposed a ban last year on such events on state lands. So far, the bans have largely been passed in Democratic-led states. In some states, including Nevada, wildlife commissions — which are often stacked with hunting proponents — have rejected petitions to ban the practice.