@rgj @brianduggan I have been making similar asks on behalf of the hardworking crew @TheNVIndy. We have a match goi… t.co/EljQrMYUdF
19 hours 36 min ago.
The @rgj's @brianduggan pens a plea. "From the editor: If you're able, we're asking for your support. Local journal… t.co/eMe9SEWyVF
19 hours 38 min ago.
Here are @Andy_Bloch's charts.
As I said, no spike, some positive signs, but still too early for definitive conclu… t.co/Lj3LBpemvr
20 hours 13 min ago.
Take a look at these charts by a guy who understands data. t.co/RLPmyXlMDJ
20 hours 16 min ago.
All caveats (including a statewide dashboard that updates with an unknown algorithm so this may not be apples to ap… t.co/bQg9uwruFO
20 hours 37 min ago.
As usual, @DavidColborne with a trenchant take with historical context on an issue: A mail-in election is not as ba… t.co/vyJTW5EqN4
21 hours 31 min ago.
"And so the craven rewrite of the Strategic National Stockpile web page information was no surprise. It was wallpap… t.co/HDhoy79AIh
21 hours 52 min ago.
Nevada's teacher of the year in 2013 has decided to take on Michele Fiore, the controversial assemblywoman who is in NPRI's Hall of Fame (or something) but is a prime Assembly Democratic Caucus target in a split district. Jeff Hinton, who was given the award last year by Gov. Brian Sandoval, will take on Fiore in Assembly District 4, which is a slight plurality Democratic district (500 voters) and has 6,000 nonpartisan voters. Hinton also is a former Marine and NRA member who supports...
Welcome to the Weekly Report. Packed pre-Super Bowl edition! This week: 1. State of the Races one month from filing (Scroll to the bottom) 2. Can the Hutchison campaign stop Sue Lowden from filing? Is Lowden going on TV early to attack him? An update on the state of play. 3. The Weekly insiders on AG/Gov gay marriage brief -Democratic Party central committee endorsing the margin tax, Mark failure to disclose his Israel trip, Angle's voter ID petition and Culinary vs. administration on...
I can barely remember the days when Sheldon Adelson and Steve Wynn didn’t like each other. They were like two neighbors who would only come out of their houses – nice houses, mind you, on Las Vegas Boulevard South – to snarl at one another. I sensed a genuine dislike and disdain. Those days are long gone. The two most prominent names in the modern gaming industry clearly have a mutual respect; they even seem to enjoy each other. Wynn readily acknowledges Adelson has taught him a lot about Macau...