#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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Welcome to the Weekly Report. This week: 1. An in-depth piece on how Nevada got the drone site designation: A Sandoval-Reid production 2. Smartest/dumbest moves of the week 3. First set of expert predictions 4. C & E forecasts 5. A Democratic initiative This week’s questions for The Weekly Insiders: 1. I will ask you for your predictions every other month or so. So let's set the baseline: LG SOS Treasurer Controller State Senate breakdown Assembly breakdown...
Gov. Brian Sandoval was in a hotel room in Southern California when the call came. He was about to go to his son’s basketball game as the phone rang on Dec. 30. On the other end of the line was Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx. “Governor, as you know we’ve been looking at this process (for selecting drone sites.),” Sandoval recalled Foxx saying. “We’ve come down to six. We were very impressed (with Nevada’s application), and we’ve chosen Nevada as one of the sites.” Sandoval thanked the...
Be skeptical of pundits bearing caveats. Having said that, here’s mine: Making predictions in January for an entire year, including an election in November, relies on a special combination of lunacy and arrogance. Luckily, I am special. So, once again, I begin the new year by putting on my oracle’s hat (yes, it looks like Johnny Carson’s Carnac cap) and foretell what is to come. Note, of course, that these predictions are subject to change (another sleazy pundit move) as circumstances do....
Lieutenant governor candidate Sue Lowden, dogged by questions about a $500,000 debt from her 2010 Senate campaign, plans to file a document next week with the Federal Election Commission indicating she is taking care of the obligations. “This issue will be behind us in the next few weeks,” Lowden told me. “I am looking forward to it being over later this month.” Lowden has hired an experienced FEC attorney to file the document, in contrast to her past disclosures, which were done by Bob Beers,...
I guess those Open Meeting Law questions on the vote to make John Entsminger the water czar weren't resolved. So the water district is having a do-over just to make sure. See the attached letter. I doubt Larry Brown will make a comeback, though.....
Shortly before Christmas, the peripatetic Mark Hutchison, the state senator whom Gov. Brian Sandoval has designated as his choice for lieutenant governor, went to Laughlin to share his views. In a speech to the Laughlin Economic Development Corporation, Hutchison touched on a wide variety of topics, according to this report that posted this week. Because only a small portion of the electorate reads the Laughlin Times, it needs wider circulation and cries out for annotation. And I am available...