#IndyFest is coming!
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This is a good tweet except for two minor things:
1. No voters have turned out in Clark County. Ballots haven't eve… t.co/pEKc9orqk6
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"As Nevada Goes, So Goes the Nation?"
That's podcast-speak for #WeMatter.
My discussion over the weekend with PBS… t.co/YOHtCmS1ag
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We continue our series of ballot question explainers, complete with another @Joey_Lovato_ produced video. t.co/2H40Wo7zQb
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“We went out and tried to give this money away, and it was more difficult than we thought,” state Treasurer Zach C… t.co/peIlEcBdg6
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Good morning from NV, where the president sued us over mail ballots and lost. Today's fun fact: On this date in '54… t.co/aHbsn9NgPA
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Nevada was a poll desert. Now four within a month show basically the sane thing: Biden up a little. t.co/6OSxMg1osr
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The progressives already are fuming on Twitter. I'm sure this will be a huge issue in the governor's race. Wait.... The brief is posted here. UPDATE, 2 PM: I chatted with Attorney General Catherine Cortez Masto about this, wondering how this was different than her refusal to side with the state in suing the feds over Obamacare and whether Gov. Brian Sandoval, the client who was sued, could have declined to file a brief. The attorney general drew a distinction between affirmatively suing over...
Yes, Joe Lombardo, the half-million-dollar man, has to be considered the favorite to succeed Clark County Sheriff Doug Gillespie. Or is he? As I perused a brochure for his fellow Gillespie administration colleague, Larry Burns, this week, I wondered whether this could be a fascinacting matchup between insiders. (Dissident former Gillespieite Ted Moody will only be a factor if he continues to pour money into the contest.) Here's what I find interesting and the brochure illuminates: ►He claims to...
Welcome to the Weekly Report. This week: 1. Which companies gave the most last year? I did the spadework, and you can see what I found. Billy Walters is in the Top 10 again. 2. Some C & E notes: Sandoval’s millions (guess how much Walters bundled?), the state Senate race money and some registration notes and some other nuggets. 3. The Weekly insiders on C & E surprises 4. Smartest/dumbest moves of the week 5. TWI on the AG’s race and GOP primary in CD4 This week’s questions for The...
Toward the end of a special session in 2002, as the trial lawyers and their legislative advocates prepared to succumb to political realities and accept a tort reform compromise they abhorred, the chairman of the Assembly Judiciary Committee could not hold back his tears. Bernie Anderson looked at Speaker Barbara Buckley and told her something like, “Madame speaker. I’m with you. I’ll be with you. But I just have to say this. For the sake of politics, we’re going to hurt real people here.” That...
Lieutenant governor hopeful Sue Lowden has informed the Federal Election Commission that she is paying half of her $500,000 debt from her U.S. Senate race and disputing the other half, according to documents filed this week. Lowden has been pummeled over the debt since I first reported it last year and finally signaled last week that she had hired a DC expert to take care of it. The issue has been especially acute as filing approaches in March and with Lowden's first campaign report, which...