You should check out my old pal @MahsaKTNV's feed if you are interested in the Vegas shooting report that came out… t.co/CABEyDcTkb
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This kind of sucking up is highly effective. t.co/xvsCRpQePT
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This is the earliest I have seen the RNC involved in NV and there is more peace among the NV GOP factions here than… t.co/pl6ebmCKwS
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Another sad day for journalism in Nevada: Just days after announcing a paywall --
this is just amazing --… t.co/yyIlSAFTSP
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The problem for law enforcement so long after the Vegas tragedy is that besides his gambling losses, any possible m… t.co/bq0XWhhKvH
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In which @Sheriff_LVMPD also responds to irresponsible congressman who followed irresponsible Vegas columnist who s… t.co/YyzoI05v6N
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Everything's great on the Strip. t.co/wCCQ9duYsw
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Follow @JackieValley, who is at first major update in awhile on the Oct. 1 tragedy.
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Excellent look by our man in DC, @hsanchez128, at how @SenDeanHeller’s campaign concerns may affect what he does on… t.co/8pG2PhyvtZ
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Were case managers blindfolded? Did they simply not do their jobs? Did higher-ups cover this up? Will heads roll? W… t.co/b9DQJdYXRR
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Another sign that the Trump administration is all in for @SenDeanHeller: @VP coming back to NV for an event in Apri… t.co/kxMHG2LW4M
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Hillary Clinton's Nevada campaign sent out a missive to delegates Wednesday evening, asking them to fill out grievance forms to gauge the level of irregularities at last weekend's county conventions but also promising an "aggressive volunteer outreach plan" for the state confab May 14. Clinton was crushed by Sanders in Clark County, with reports of odd emails, incomplete lists and bias toward Sanders obviously still rankling her Nevada team. But the Nevada Clinton folks also want to try to...
Democrats added about 12,000 voters to their statewide registration advantage over Republicans last month, benefiting from thousands of voters who registered at the Feb. 20 caucus. This not only potentially changes the statewide dynamic in the presidential and U.S. Senate races -- Democrats now have a 60,000-voter lead -- but also affected key areas down the ticket, including competitive congressional districts -- CD3, Rep. Joe Heck's seat, now has 3,300 more Democrats than Republicans, and CD4...
The two likely nominees for the right to succeed Rep. Joe Heck are in a dead heat, according to a poll taken by the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee. The survey, taken last week, shows synagogue chief Jacky Rosen ahead of state Senate Majority Leader Michael Roberson, 30 percent to 29 percent. The poll of 403 CD3 voters has a margin of error of 4.9 percent. The polling memo, which I have obtained and is posted here (I've also seen the entire poll), paints a very optimistic picture,...
WELCOME TO THE WEEKLY REPORT This week: 1. Could Tark win? 2. Sbaih vs. Reid 3. Who is the most feared Nevadan in a political fight – Reid, Adelson, Sandoval or someone else? 4. Smartest-dumbest moves of the week Lots of surprise at and criticism of Hillary’s stunning showing at the Clark County Democratic convention Saturday, lots of fear still out there for Prince Harry and skepticism he said exactly what Sbaih said he said (and general consensus that Sbaih is now toast if he wasn’t already...
Despite losing the state on Feb. 20 in the caucus, Bernie Sanders' campaign swarmed the Clark County caucus and probably flipped two delegates from Hillary Clinton's camp. Clinton was presumed to have a 20-15 delegate edge after the caucus based on her 5 percentage point win in the caucuses. But because the caucus process allows some delegates to be unbound, 12 of those were up for grabs at the 17 county conventions Saturday. Sanders had 600 more delegates in Clark on Saturday despite losing...
The Hillary Clinton campaign has sent a letter to Clark County Democratic Party officials demanding the removal of the credentials chairman for Saturday's convention that will choose delegates to the state convention next month who could go to Philadelphia this summer. The board met last night and the situation boiled over with the credentials chief, longtime activist Christine Kramar, refusing to leave the room. Here's part of what happened, another reminder that these things are run by...