by Jon Ralston Tue, 10/09/2012 - 13:30
“It’s our place of creation. It’s our centerpiece of existence. It’s the one place that we can go to to still maint… t.co/7zw1W3WLqT
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Good morning from The #WeMatter State.
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“It’s not going to happen,” the author of seven books says. “It’s just theatrics. And if the Republicans were so in… t.co/4hB4TtrjLm
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Great deep dive by @tabitha_mueller into a transgender treatment bill with built-in safeguards for minors, a courag… t.co/JtPwGVIXJ5
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We follow the money that poured into legislative campaigns, so you don't have to.
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Florida politics expert shows that piece is not just sycophantic but error-filled.
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As the debate polling fallout continues, national Republicans are re-investing in Nevada.
And as polls continue to show Danny Tarkanian up on Steven Horsford, the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee also is funneling more money into the state.
Team Romney plunked down some signficant money in Reno and Vegas today and the National Republican Senatorial Committee did the same. The DCCC buy is in Vegas, where most of the district's population resides.
Is this a sign the GOP senses it can win the presidency, the Senate and two congressional races here, despite those registration gains by the Democrats (now above 121,000 voters more than Republicans in Clark County)?
I think so.