Follow the money: Breaking down $2.8 million in combined legislative campaign spending from major industries
Follow the Money: Tracking more than $330,000 in legislative campaign donations from the mining industry
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Nevada Democrats report $453,000 in March fundraising
April 21st, 2021 - 2:00am
Following intra-party turmoil over the election of party leaders backed by the Democratic Socialists of America, the Nevada Democratic Party raised nearly $453,000 in March, including more than $370,000 from small-dollar donors, according to the party’s disclosure filed late Tuesday with the Federal Election Commission.
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Follow the Money: Energy industry donors contributed more than $400,000 to lawmakers ahead of 2021 session
Cortez Masto, Lee top prior first-quarter fundraising tallies as congressional campaigns eye 2022 midterms
Rep. Steven Horsford announces $363,000 in first quarter fundraising
Follow the Money: Tracking more than $607,000 in legislative campaign contributions from lawyers, legal groups
Rep. Susie Lee reports raising more than $600,000 through first quarter of 2021
Follow the Money: Breaking down more than $769,000 in gaming-industry spending on legislative campaigns
Follow the Money: Breaking down more than $840,000 in legislative campaign contributions from business interests
Follow the Money: Breaking down $1.7 million in legislative campaign spending from PACs, political groups and politicians
March 22nd, 2021 - 2:00am
Of more than $10.6 million spent on Nevada legislative races in the 2020 cycle, no single group of donors, corporate or otherwise, spent more money than candidates, politicians and political PACs, which combined for more than $1.7 million spread across 61 of the state’s 63 lawmakers.
Follow the Money: Health care companies, insurers gave more than $1 million to legislators ahead of 2021 session
Follow the Money: Breaking down more than $1 million in union and labor group spending on legislative campaigns
Mining gave half a million dollars to Sisolak-affiliated PAC shortly before session that could raise tax on industry
March 3rd, 2021 - 4:44pm
Gov. Steve Sisolak’s Home Means Nevada political action committee raised more than $830,000 in the last three months of last year, including $500,000 from Nevada Gold Mines — a joint venture between mining giants Barrick and Newmont — and another $260,000 from the pharmaceutical lobbying group PhRMA, according to campaign finance documents filed Wednesday.