We track the delegation so you don’t have to. t.co/PtKGU2AMeo
7 hours 10 min ago.
The new gov is not taking a break during the holiday season. t.co/aiAXURRVUw
7 hours 22 min ago.
@OyVegas Pat Nixon.
8 hours 3 min ago.
This is correct. And what did he talk about? All the nice golf courses. t.co/MSpokf5eRj
8 hours 12 min ago.
@kcjohnson9 Well done.
8 hours 13 min ago.
There is precedent: The last NV senator to lose his re-election was given consolation prize of administration appointment. Anyone know who?
8 hours 15 min ago.
Heller for DOI mentioned in most national stories, including this WaPo one. t.co/XZOykrcKRW
8 hours 19 min ago.
@RonLPitts Someone got the reference.
8 hours 59 min ago.
Conventional wisdom has it that the Democrats are favorites to recapture the Assembly, which they shockingly lost in 2014 after holding a 27-15 edge and hemorraghing 10 seats. Beneficiaries of the red wave such as Shelly Shelton, John Moore and Victoria Seaman (fleeing to a state Senate race demise) will be erased, the CW goes. An additional two more seats in a Democratic year and control switches. Done deal? Not so fast, Assembly Majority Leader Paul Anderson is telling donors as he raises...
Paul Laxalt, the ex-senator and ex-governor, turns 93 today. He has been ill for some time and is rarely seen anymore. On this occasion, I post a gift I recently received from my friend, the great historian/journalist Bob Stoldal, a letter Laxalt wrote in 1991, reminiscing about how he had spent his second Senate term ("fascinating but terribly difficult period") torn between the White House, where his friend Ronald Reagan resided, and the Club of 100. I met Laxalt in 1986, just as he was...
Welcome to the Weekly Report. This week: 1. The first six months of the cycle’s voter registration in Nevada? 2. Contract with Nevada: Should it be taken seriously? 3. Vicki don’t lose your Assembly seat…. 4. The choice of Irene B-A as caucus chair 5. Smartest/dumbest moves of the week Below you will find my first look at voter registration trends for the first quarter of the two-year cycle. Not much movement in the first six months (the slowest time), but a slight loss for the Democrats. I...