A group dedicated to helping anti-voter ID candidates has formed a political action committee in Nevada, a clear attempt to help Democratic secretary of state hopeful Kate Marshall.
It is ahead in all the polls, but it's not enough above 50 percent for supporters to feel confident.
The new ad, which starts statewide today and goes through the election, is attached here.
UPDATED, 4:15 pm. HERE'S THE AD:
UPDATED: The Republican Attorneys General Association has reacted to the new ad with a huge buy that starts Tuesday and lasts a month. I bet it's not positive.
Ever since news broke of a law firm evaluation that called AG hopeful Adam Laxalt a "train wreck," you knew it would be a focal point of the Democrats' ad campaign.
Before she collects that $225,000 fee next month or speaking to the UNLV Foundation, Hillary Clinton will headline a fundraiser for the state Democratic Party, with a fraction of the proceeds going to Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid's re-election fund.
The event will take place before Clinton's speech and a yet-to-be disclosed location and will cost donors $10,000 for a VIP ticket ($15,000 for couples) and $1,000 if you just want to go to the reception.
Cresent Hardy says he isn't a "slick" politician.
And he seems intent on proving that.
Back in 2004, then Rep. Jim Gibbons thought about running against Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid.
He then thought better of it.
Now, 10 years later, a group called the Strategic Political Action Network is trying to garner support for the former governor's ex-wife to challenge the Senate Majority leader. The only problem: She supported Reid in 2010 and has no interest in running against him, she told me today.