I wonder if this holds up.
What's that smell? Not pot. A special session! t.co/uCbX99MUg4
4 hours 20 min ago.
Letter to @Assemblywoman27: “I am disappointed a Division Administrator in the Department would intentionally make… t.co/obX23XKoke
4 hours 28 min ago.
Nevada's own senator on NewsHour with the great @JudyWoodruff. t.co/pVL14MDWLD
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Also, @elizthompsn and @RalstonReports talk about @RobersonforNV's "lesser humans" joke, campaign fundraising, how… t.co/AU5U9YVP8o
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Just saw a list of people laid off @LasVegasSun. Some good reporters and editors. And now they want to charge $9 a… t.co/oEnE67dzoV
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"CCSD has been approached about utilizing renewable energy for a significant cost savings. We are always happy to c… t.co/JP447v8ghW
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"I’ve warned Chuck Schumer not to shut down the American government over ILLEGAL immigrants." This is how you negot… t.co/iCLrl9CQd3
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"... as we approach a government shutdown and a potential shutdown of the CHIP program, I firmly believe pitting on… t.co/89LRkmuoLm
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Good for him. t.co/r84j11qv2R
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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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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...