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Also tonight, some big news for NV Democrats: Major donor Steve Cloobeck gave $250,000 to the state party. Harry who?
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Check out @TheNVIndy for the full poll results: U.S. Senate race is dead heat, Sisolak crushing Chris G., gov gener… t.co/XRSd5BxVQD
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What’s a bigger event at The Smith Center than Hamilton? This is. t.co/DUnr8ziP2A
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“Gun violence. Attacks on women’s health. Education cuts and overdevelopment. We need progressive solutions."
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Cocktails at 6, poll results at 7.
And I echo Bluto's advice to some of the campaigns after they see the numbers:… t.co/TAs4Z2rkCV
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@JohnAnzo Look forward to it.
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Chances the president wrote this tweet are the same as the chances of snow today in Vegas. t.co/NbylFpDPh8
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@ericbradner @MarkMellman Nope. Just live tweets!
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For those who will be on Twitter tonight, we will be asking those at the event to use the hashtag #IndyTalks to twe… t.co/61zIIj6zlm
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@jeremybhughes @SteveSebelius @MarkMellman So have all pollsters.
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@jeremybhughes @SteveSebelius @MarkMellman This is not an internal poll. Also, I view all polls with skepticism unt… t.co/BvZ5abZ9YM
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The U.S. Senate race in Nevada is a dead heat while every Republican candidate would lose today to Hillary Clinton in Nevada, according to a poll conducted by a Democratic-leaning pollster for a Democratic SuperPAC. The numbers for the Senate Majority PAC actually make sense despite what some will criticize as the source, especially because the partisan breakdown is reasonable (the pollster used the actual 39-34, D-R split, although performance usually favors the GOP to cut into that edge) and...
UPDATE, 7 AM, 7/16/15: I added Rep. Cresent Hardy's report below. he has much more on hand than any of the Democrats, and his advantage is likley to be quite large by June 2016 after the internecine carnage to come. Susie Lee is the decisive winner so far, with $100,000 more than Ruben Kihuen and $200,000 more than Lucy Flores. (John Oceguera announced after the deadline.) I will post all of the FEC reports here as they come in. Kihuen Fecq22015 Draft (1) by Jon Ralston Lee by Jon Ralston...
Many political observers believe the Democrats have an excellent chance to recapture the lower house in 2016 because of so many likely GOP one-termers. But if the examples below of initial fundraising pitches are any indication, their creativy quotient is going to be quite low. See if you can spot ANY differences. Any?
Welcome to the Weekly Report. This week: 1. An exclusive complaint you may not have seen 2. The early look at Cortez Masto-Heck 3. The early look at CD3 4. The early look at CD4 5. Smartest/dumbest moves of the week My insiders agree with me that the Senate race is a toss-up or close to one; some think Susie Lee could beat Michael Roberson in CD3 (I think she’s in too deep in CD4 to switch), and several mentioned her impressive fundraising totals as making her an immediate factor; no one...
Former Lt. Gov. Lorraine Hunt-Bono, former state Sen. Sue Lowden and former state Treasurer Patty Cafferata, along with the Kiss of Death Caucus from the Legislature, are hosting an event July 18 for Carly Fiorina's presidential campaign. The event's co-hosts include Assemblywomen Michele Fiore, Vicki Dooling, Shelly Shelton and Victoria Seaman, a quartet of lawmakers that managed to do little more than introduce controversial and unconstitutional bills that went nowhere. Why Fiorina, the ex-HP...