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Nevada’s top-of-the-ticket Democratic incumbents Gov. Steve Sisolak and Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto narrowly trail their respective Republican opponents, Clark County Sheriff Joe Lombardo and former Attorney General Adam Laxalt.
Former President Donald Trump is headed back to Nevada for a general election campaign rally next weekend to boost Republican candidates, including U.S. Senate candidate Adam Laxalt and gubernatorial candidate Joe Lombardo.
Since the onset of his campaign, Peters has placed a strong emphasis on immigration. He’s said the country is facing an “invasion” at its southern border, and argued for taking action to halt illegal immigration.
Even as Republican candidates continue to pummel incumbent Democrats on a faltering economy and sidestep anger over the overturning of Roe v. Wade, they have launched a fresh salvo of attacks over immigration.
Candidates running for Sparks City Council shared ideas to address the city’s housing crisis, fill gaps in staffing and manage water usage during a wide-ranging forum Wednesday night at the Sparks Library.
Documents, including hundreds of pages of redacted complaint filings and emails, show at least 56 customer complaints against Starpoint filed with the attorney general’s office between 2015 and 2019, with another 35 filed to the state's Department of Business and Industry.
As Republicans continue to hammer Gov. Steve Sisolak for a politically-connected COVID testing contractor that expanded in Nevada without proper licensing, state Sen. Scott Hammond (R-Las Vegas) is requesting a federal investigation into the matter.
During a campaign event last week alongside Youngkin, Lombardo spoke about making education a priority, highlighting his recently-released education plan and tying the success of education in Nevada to economic diversification and public safety.
The commission acts much like a city council — approving taxes, development plans and business permits, for example — in areas outside of a city’s boundaries. Critically, the commission oversees the Las Vegas Strip, the heart of Southern Nevada’s economy. Commissioners work with the city councils and various boards to tackle issues that span throughout the valley, such as water conservation, housing and public safety.
Nearly 1,000 Nevadans — including two candidates for public office, one sitting county commissioner, four law enforcement professionals and two military members — have been linked to the extremist militia group the Oath Keepers.
Seeking the role of the state’s top law enforcement officer, Chattah has made crime the tentpole issue of her campaign, often attacking Ford for his support of criminal justice reforms and reiterating her push to “make crime illegal again.”
The church’s on-site ministry, Liberty Baptist Academy — a private Christian school serving kindergarten through 12th-grade students — has a student handbook that “requests each student … to refrain from participating in worldly activities such as … homosexuality or other sexual perversions.”
Ford said he has five priority areas — called the “Five Cs” — to support that justice focus, including constitutional rights, criminal justice reform, consumer protection, client service and community engagement.