Chancellor Dan Klaich on Tuesday wrote to state lawmakers to rebut a damaging Review-Journal story that exposed how the system was allowed to write a letter under a consultant's letterhead.
It's not 2010 again.
That's the message for Sharron Angle in a new poll for a GOP SuperPAC that shows her losing by -- wait for it -- 56 points to Rep. Joe Heck in her second consecutive attempt to take Harry Reid's U.S. Senate seat.
How do you recover from a 56-point deficit? Um, you don't. Game over. In fact, as many of us thought, no game at all.
I always thought that Lucy Flores' endorsement of Bernie Sanders was more about her congressional race than his presidential aspirations.
And on Wednesday, Sanders showed he is willing to help Flores' candidacy. She leads in many polls based on name recongition but has riased very little money.
In her latest email blast, congressional hopeful Michele Fiore links to a interview she did with "Nevada Newsmakers" host Sam Shad, whom she describes as "one of my favorites."
It's no wonder why.
A new poll taken for Senate Democrats shows their candidate in a key district with leads over both possible GOP nominees.
A congressional candidate who says Harry Reid told him he could not win because he is a Muslim petitioned to legally change his Muslim name shortly after he announced his candidacy.
After getting destroyed in Clark County by Team Sanders, Team Clinton is taking no chances.
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.
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.
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.