It's running in both urban markets, designed to affect the gun debate, and a sign of the group's enduring presence here.
But can an ad compete with the NRA's influence in gun-happy Nevada? Or sway a vote?
That's the allegation in a complaint filed Tuesday with legislative police by Assemblyman John Moore against Majority Leader Paul Anderson.
The confrontation came after Anderson tried to persuade Moore to change his vote to get a controversial school construction/bond rollover bill out of committee. Moore voted no, but then flipped later to help push out the bill, saying he reserved the right to vote no on the floor.
Here's the complaint.
The geniuses seeking to recall Speaker John Hambrick because he dared to suggest the state might need more money for education, which is what two-thirds of Nevadans believe, have begun dropping lit at the door.
Team Sandoval has created a nonprofit, Nevada Can Do Better, to help sell his tax plan, and released a new poll showing, among other things:
----Obama, 44-51 (Vegas-46-49!)
----Sandoval, 75-17. Wow.
----Legislature, 40-22. Nearly 40 percent with no opinion. Amazing.
----78 percent say public schools are fair or poor; 67 percent say funding inadequate.
----56-41 for Sandoval tax plan, which is about what the margin tax was before the attacks began.
----40-57, sales tax on services. Not surprising. DOA.
Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid is in a dead heat with two prospective GOP challengers, Scott Walker leads the GOP field here and Hillary Clinton leads all Republican comers in Nevada, except for -- wait for it -- Gov. Brian Sandoval.
The good folks at DailyKos have provided me with their maps and data on a comprehensive study of Nevada legislative districts and the difference in performance the last two cycles. Spoiler alert: The Democrats tanked in 2014.
Check it out.
In the ongoing attempt by the secretary of state and the attorney general to probe GOP activist Tony Dane's suspicious quarter-million-dollar PAC contribution, the AG pointed out that the subject of the probe's lawyer apparently missed the point. The attorney then responded, in what seems to be his style, with a bizarre, invective-filled letter that attacked Attorney General Adam Laxalt and -- sniff -- some "blogger" who broke the story.
Ralston and Laxalt, together again, for the first time!
In testimony slated to be given Wednesday before the House Judicary Committee, Attorney General Adam Laxalt plans to try to steer the discussion away from the political hot button of immigration to "the President’s attempt to change the law through unconstitutional executive action."
According to the attorney general's testimony submitted to the panel and which I have obtained and posted here, he will say:
I think we should start a betting pool on just how many insane effusions will come out of Assemblywoman Michele Fiore's mouth every week.
Last week it was the "hot little girls" on campus remark to the paper of record. And now we have a new one for the gaffiest lawmaker ever, who already has said psychotropic drugs will be a major focus for her this session.
Two disparate events Wednesday will showcase Nevada with the ongoing immigration reform debate as a backdrop.