In a filing submitted Thursday afternoon, attorneys for the Trump campaign said they had reached a stipulation agreement yesterday evening with Secretary of State Barbara Cegavske and Clark County Registrar Joe Gloria to drop the lawsuit in exchange for “additional observation access” to the county’s ballot duplication efforts.
In a six-figure TV advertising push launched Wednesday, incumbent Democrat Steven Horsford took aim at his District 4 challenger, former one-term Assemblyman Jim Marchant, for his support for Republican plans to roll back Obama-era health laws.
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Two months after a report from the Associated Press revealed that his then-girlfriend twice called 911 on him in 2018 and a month after an advertising blitz from incumbent Democrat Susie Lee, a new ad from Republican congressional candidate Dan Rodimer is downplaying the incident as “a verbal argument, plain and simple.”
The campaign for Democratic incumbent Susie Lee made its first foray into television advertising Monday with a slate of five ads, including three that take direct aim at Republican challenger Dan Rodimer.
Emergence of those two super PACs means that every major candidate competing in Nevada, save self-funded billionaire Tom Steyer, now has some kind of outside group or super PAC boosting their candidacy on television or radio airwaves in the state.
Former Vice President Joe Biden is the target of a new Spanish-language ad campaign from the Committee to Defend the President, a pro-Trump super PAC, which launched its ad buy with just three days before the state’s Democratic presidential caucus on Saturday.
Four more presidential campaign ads are hitting Nevada televisions today, including two from Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, one from the surging former South Bend, Indiana Mayor Pete Buttigieg and another from Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar.
Vermont Senator and leading Democratic presidential contender Bernie Sanders is under fire regarding his ability to beat President Donald Trump in a new, $600,000 ad campaign from a Democratically-aligned pro-Israel political action committee.
California billionaire Tom Steyer is taking direct aim at Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders in a new digital ad launched today, attacking the senator on the price and popularity of his Medicare-for-all plan just one day before early voting is set to begin in Nevada’s Democratic presidential caucus.
House Majority Forward, a dark-money, nonprofit arm of the Democratic caucus’ House Majority PAC, launched a new digital ad Wednesday touting Democratic Rep. Susie Lee’s involvement in House negotiations on the recently-passed U.S.-Mexico-Canada Trade Agreement (USMCA).
Democratic presidential contender and Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders launched a trio of television ads in Nevada on Monday, marking the candidate’s first foray into the advertising race with just over three weeks until the state’s third-in-the-nation nominating contest.
The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC) launched a seven-figure ad buy Monday looking to pressure congressional Republicans and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell for their opposition to Democratic-led legislation that would seek to lower the cost of prescription drugs.
In the one-minute spot that will begin airing on three Spanish radio stations, a narrator criticizes President Donald Trump and Republican-backed tax cuts passed in 2017, and touts the Affordable Care Act as the way forward on health care.
Freshman Democratic Rep. Susie Lee is among 17 swing-seat Democrats being targeted in a $2.2 million advertising campaign from House Majority Forward, a non-profit group linked to the Democratic Party’s House majority super PAC.
Democratic Rep. Steven Horsford is among a number of beneficiaries of a new multi-million dollar ad buy touting Congress members who last-month greenlit a Democratic-backed omnibus bill that seeks to lower prescription drug prices in part by allowing the government to negotiate those prices through Medicare.
A conservative nonprofit launched a half-million dollar ad buy Monday targeting Democratic Rep. Susie Lee on the issue of the Democratic-led impeachment investigation, marking the latest move in an ongoing campaign by Republicans to pressure the freshman Democrat ahead of the 2020 election.
Patients for Affordable Drugs Now, an advocacy group seeking policies that would lower the price of prescription drugs, announced a six-figure digital ad buy supporting Democratic Rep. Steven Horsford, who has cosponsored a bill that would allow the government to negotiate lower prices through Medicare.