Only way to go is up.... t.co/8UmpsMOWhk
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Big, percolating story about overruns in prisons budget, which is a large portion of state dollars.… t.co/wOwyAd6sjA
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@sorrykb Possible. But unlikely.
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“According to Daniels, she and Trump first met at a golf tournament in Lake Tahoe in July 2006....”
Of course it b… t.co/jVk5Xn2ssq
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We read campaign contribution reports so you don't have to. All the numbers fit to print! t.co/J14wUnyXZ8
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This story leading @TheNVIndy today is going to drive Dems batty and attract the White House's attention: "Trump ta… t.co/6R2OVVbXXN
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.@dannytarkanian altered a @LasVegasSun political cartoon to put @SenDeanHeller in it with him. The Nevada Senate G… t.co/kSuBIeKndv
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Here's how the NV gov's race shapes up, a Q&A you can only find on Twitter:
Can @Giunchigliani beat @SteveSisolak?… t.co/90WZd6THDd
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One caller suggested she would be hung or burned. (He brilliantly left a callback number.) Another suggested she is a "corrupt b--tch." Still another said it will come "back to bite you in the ass." This is what State Democratic Party Chairwoman Roberta Lange has been subjected to since Bernie Sanders supporters became incensed at Saturday's state convention. I have posted three of the vociemails here -- there are more to come. They are incredible. Warning: Language. UPDATED: Here are...
On the eve of the Nevada Democratic Convention in Las Vegas, Friday the 13th as the calendar would have it, Bernie Sanders issued a news release asking for good fortune on that traditionally unlucky day. The Vermont senator, prodded by Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid, who feared unrest at the state confab after a hard-fought caucus battle, talked of “transformational change in America through honest and dignified discussion of the issues” and emphasized “working together respectfully and...
WELCOME TO THE WEEKLY REPORT This week: 1. The Trump effect 2. Two weeks to early voting: What’s up? 3. Smartest/dumbest moves of the week Great stuff from my insiders. I smell super-low turnout, dear premium subscribers. No one is interested in this election, and I wonder if that means Michael Roberson and Lucy Flores have waited too long to do much and whether the minuscule turnout (under 20 percent?) could help underdogs. Look for the TV to start up this week in CD4 and more in CD3. Some of...
Three huge stories broke in Nevada on Wednesday and the two Las Vegas newspapers revealed their journalism bankruptcy. The trio: 1. The Gaming Control Board filed a complaint against Sheldon Adelson's Las Vegas Sands that will result in a $2 million fine, the fifth-largest in state history. 2. The state Supreme Court ended Adelson's crusade to knock Judge Elizabeth Gonzalez off a case that could cost him a fortune. 3. Chancellor Dan Klaich sent a retirement deal to regents. On the first two,...
A Super PAC that has taken hundreds of thousands of dollars from major labor interests is helping fund GOP state Senate Majority Leader Michael Roberson's field operation, records show. Defending Main Street, which was formed to defend Establishment Republicans from Tea Party challengers and has taken close to a million dollars this cycle from union interests, recently disclosed to the Federal Election Commission that it is contributing to Advanced Micro Targeting, which is overseeing Roberson'...
Education activist Susie Lee essentially has pulled even with frontrunner Lucy Flores, the former assemblywoman, according to a poll taken for her campaign last month. Flores is at 26 percent, Lee at 23 and state Sen. Ruben Kihuen well back at 11 percent. The survey, taken by the well known national Democratic firm of Greenberg Quinlan Rosner from April 25-27 of 407 voters, has a margin of error of nearly 5 percent. Lee's campaign believes the survey reflects a message field they have had...