In a letter sent to Americans for Prosperity, Secretary of State Ross Miller has informed the conservative group that he believes it has broken Nevada election laws.
The probe was prompted by the Sun's Anjeanette Damon's report.
The letter is linked here.
I wonder if the partisan dogs will be unleashed. Actually....I don't wonder.
In a document filed in federal court, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation has asked a judge to allow it to register a $17 million judgment against congressional hopeful Danny Tarkanian, citing the Las Vegas businessman's failure to respond to a previous motion.
Tarkanian had hoped to stave off any damage from the judgment until after the election. But the submission today (linked here) asks the court to rule a week from Monday on whether the judgment can be certified -- thus allowing the FDIC to go after Tarkanian's assets.
The full hour of the Steve Wynn interview -- I only was able to put two-thirds of it on the air -- is below. Enjoy.
Speaker John Oceguera’s congressional campaign not only won’t pull down an ad that has been universally condemned by the media, but he put out a release today again attacking Rep. Joe Heck on women’s issues.
The National Republican Senatorial Committee is using someone imitating Robn Leach to declare that Rep. Shelley Berkley is rich and staying in nice hotels around the world and charging taxpayers for it. New ad:
The latest state numbers, linked here, show a statewide decrease of 3 percent from August 2011 to August 2012.
Strip is down a little, Washoe up a bit.
Two new Nevada ads just starting show how Danny Tarkanian is counting on the NRCC to go negative on Steven Horsford and also indicate how Greg Brower's brief run for Congress last year is coming back to haunt him -- the anti-Brower ad is from unions and a national Demoartic group.
That and more in Part 2 of my interview with Steve Wynn:
With a couple of days until the vice presidential debate and a week until the next confrontation between Mitt Romney and President Obama, it’s worth talking honestly about the role of the moderator.
By a margin of 54-46, Ralston Report site voters say Sen. Dean Heller will not be in office next year.
Just under 500 people voted in the poll -- significantly more than the first one.
So either Rep. Shelley Berkley's campaign took more time to juice the survey, I have more Democrats than Republicans visiting the site or......