"Last in the nation for nursing home resident vaccinations, Nevada grapples with reporting issues, hesitancy"
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“We have to have confidence in our voting system.”
—Newly re-elected NV GOP Chair @McDonaldNV, a serial liar, re-up… t.co/FrBypnaGJN
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@WorldHistory101 @gralston Damn. Different era.
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Just hanging with @gralston and watching some great tennis at Indian Wells.
One of my favorite things to do every… t.co/x8QwaqdkhY
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When he started, GOP was doing pretty well here.
Now, Dems control Carson City and five of six federal offices.… t.co/PaUd22wprB
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“The interactions between Mr. Laxalt, who is currently running for a U.S. Senate seat in Nevada, and Mr. Parnas als… t.co/0owHrs2Dou
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Inmates, asylum, etc. t.co/Ds0t8yLBd3
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Always read @hsanchez128’s weekend wrap on Nevada’s DC delegation. t.co/pNXyuw8iHU
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Trying to think of a state that fits this bill... t.co/AVSrHkrl1S
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Nevada's GOP national committeewoman, who is also a city councilwoman and is under investigation by the FBI, announ… t.co/41vg90uZgO
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It occurred to me while talking to a reporter from CBS News about the election that Nevada is potentially anomalous in two races of national import: 1. How in the world in a state with arguably the worst economy in the country is the president even close, much less ahead? Mitt Roimney should be winning by double digits in a state where the unemployment rate is 50 percent higher than the national average and the housing boom turned into a housing implosion? Answer: The Democratic machine and the...
That's how you answered the site poll. It wasn't close: 57 percent of you said Gov. Brian Sandoval will run for the U.S. Senate in 2016 -- either against Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, or someone else if Reid retires. More than 400 people participated. Very sceintific. A new poll is up about the president's margin in Clark County.
Turnout slowed on Sunday in Clark County, with only about 24,000 people going to the polls and the Democrats adding fewer voters (3,000) to their lead than any day so far. So five days of early voting left and the state of play: The Democrats have a lead, but not one that guarantees victory for President Obama. Republicans, though, have to be worried about Washoe County, where the Democrats have been building a small lead -- it's about 1,600 votes or so now. Republicans will win Election Day...
In a piece that posted on POLITICO a short time ago, reporters Anna Palmer and John Bresnahan write that during a recent conference call, "Romney pollster Neil Newhouse told participants that he 'was skeptical' about the GOP challenger’s chances in Pennsylvania and Nevada." They also point out that Newhouse's comments "contradicted the assessment Friday by Rich Beeson, Romney’s political adviser, in an interview with POLITICO where he asserted that while Nevada 'has been the toughest nut for us...
Good morning, everyone. It’s hard to believe that there is only one more week of campaigning left. Would you believe me if I told you I am going to miss it? Actually, what I am looking forward to most in the post-11/6 world: Sleep. And lots of it. Who’s with me? Rushing this morning because: National TV alert -- I’ll be on MSNBC about 8:25 AM PT talking about that NBC/Marist poll with Thomas Roberts. What’s below: New early voting data, a CD3 debate and a trivia question about a fiery...
Good morning, everyone. The Teen is not pleased. She excitedly trekked with a friend to Doolittle Park to see Katy Perry (“We’re leaving after that, Dad; we’re not staying for the president.” “Why?” “I already met him.”) But, she informed me on returning home: The acoustics were not good. And, yes, she left before the president gave his stump speech. Ah, the standards of teenagers. We have NBC/WSJ results for NV coming out tonight. It was 49-47, Obama, and 49-43, Heller, a month ago. Will it...
Good morning, everyone. Sleep-deprived and still in a New York state of mind after a whirlwind trip to the other city that never sleeps. Did a couple of MSNBC shows and met with some NBC executives. Best part may have been sitting through NBC News staff meeting. Fun to watch pros at work – and oh, the resources they have. Fun to be in that pulsating metropolis for about 30 hours – seemed like a New York minute. Keep an eye on Washoe County, folks. We have been saying all year that it is...
Good morning, everyone. Sitting in a hotel room in New York City, rushing to get you some copy before (and after) walking over to 30 Rock for a hit on “The Daily Rundown.” It was my first appearance on Chuck Todd’s show from the East Coast. Nice 30 Rock experience. Of course, Chuck is in Florida, so it was a remote, giving rise to more conspiracy theories about how the goateed duo has never been seen in the same place at the same time. Hmmmm. By the way, Chuck has taken Nevada off the #...