#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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Secretary of State Ross Miller has raised an eye-popping $880,000 for his bid for attorney general, I've confirmed. That's even more than lieutenant governor hopeful Mark Hutchison, who will report north of $850,000. So Miller and Hutchison surely will be Nos. 2 and 3 behind Gov. Brian Sandoval, who I'd say will be a seven-figure man. Miller will face Adam Laxalt, who is the grandon of ex-Sen. Paul Laxalt and the son of ex-Sen. Pete Domenici and Michelle Laxalt, the senator's daughter, who were...
So maybe lieutenant governor IS the most important office in the state? State Sen. Mark Hutchison will report more than $850,000 raised for the job usually seen as, to coin a phrase, a bucket of warm spit, sources confirm. That is sure to be much, much more than what ex-state GOP Chairwoman Sue Lowden or Assemblywoman Lucy Flores reports. Perspective: Before he ran for re-election in 2010, Lt. Gov. Brian Krolicki reported raising $139,000. It's good to be anointed by a governor protecting his...
In a preview of the campaign donnybrooks to come, state Senate Minority Leader Michael Roberson has put up unprecedented fundraising numbers, and state Sen. Justin Jones has served notice he is taking the fight for his seat -- and control of the upper house -- very seriously. Here's what sources tell me: ►Roberson will report having raised $310,000 in 2013, a record-setting amount indicating he is taking both his primary (Carl Bunce) and potential general election (Teresa Lowry) challengers...