“[Weekly motels] are still posting eviction notices and late fee assessments in the hopes Nevadans won’t be aware o… t.co/208gkxVERo
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@rgj @brianduggan I have been making similar asks on behalf of the hardworking crew @TheNVIndy. We have a match goi… t.co/EljQrMYUdF
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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
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Here are @Andy_Bloch's charts.
As I said, no spike, some positive signs, but still too early for definitive conclu… t.co/Lj3LBpemvr
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Take a look at these charts by a guy who understands data. t.co/RLPmyXlMDJ
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All caveats (including a statewide dashboard that updates with an unknown algorithm so this may not be apples to ap… t.co/bQg9uwruFO
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As usual, @DavidColborne with a trenchant take with historical context on an issue: A mail-in election is not as ba… t.co/vyJTW5EqN4
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TONIGHT'S RALSTON REPORTS: Police union boss Chris Collins DAYS UNTIL PRIMARY ELECTION DAY 2014: 14 DAYS UNTIL GENERAL ELECTION DAY 2014: 161 Good morning, everyone. Two weeks from today, it ends. The Hutchison dream dies and Gov. Brian Sandoval learns to love Sue Lowden. Or the anointment works and we see just how much more money the million-dollar man can garner to take on Lucy Flores. I sense no Democratic IE coming,...
Ten days ago, lieutenant governor hopeful Sue Lowden received a $20,000 infusion for her campaign from the most important Republican donor in Nevada. Sheldon Adelson and his family gave the money to Lowden a week before the disclosure deadline, partly compensating for her own failure to infuse the campaign with a lot of personal money. One Lowden corporation put in $5,000, Paul Lowden put in $2,000 and a few other Lowden entities and the candidate gave about $5,000. Hardly significant. That’s...
Good morning, everyone. Happy Memorial Day, and welcome to this special edition of Morning Flash. Why is it special? Because it’s a holiday, I’m up early, and I say it is. On this day meant for solemnity and remembrance, I look forward to receiving less-than-heartfelt missives from every politician running about how special this day is for them (and their campaigns.). As for the too-short weekend, I have only one question and I refuse to link to the last-minute hit piece: Bedbugs? Really? If...
Slate cards, where parties or groups put out a list of candidates, are nothing new. But the one below, which hit GOP homes last week and was funded by a Harry Reid pal, is obviously intended to give lieutenant governor candidate Sue Lowden a last-minute boost. Look at that description of her decades of contributing to GOP candidates. I wonder why that is in there. I wonder if Michael McDonald has been to Waterloo. Or....how many times.
Good morning, everyone. I am not sure what day it is, dear Flashees, as I have been crying and drowning my sorrows in Glenlivet for nearly 24 hours, since I first learned that Reince Priebus had destroyed by dream of GOP 2016. Please excuse any incoherence below – may be more than usual. I still think Nevada could have overcome image problems if the money had been there – you couldn’t spare $100 mil, Sheldon? – although fixing the venue problem might have killed us even if we had the money. The...
TONIGHT'S RALSTON REPORTS: The state role in med pot. DAYS UNTIL EARLY VOTING BEGINS FOR PRIMARY ELECTION: 2 DAYS UNTIL PRIMARY ELECTION DAY 2014: 19 DAYS UNTIL GENERAL ELECTION DAY 2014: 166 Good morning, everyone. In which Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid calls an obviously brawny Dana Milbank of The Washington Post a “scrawny” man. Not sure which one was having more fun. Speaking of Reid, who knew that renaming the Redskins was a...