The Nevada GOP is charging a ballot access fee of $55,000 and barring candidates from participating in both elections, meaning some candidates — most notably former President Donald Trump — are set to run in the Republican caucus, rather than the primary.
In 2011, Lee nearly ran against Horsford in the Democratic primary for the newly created Congressional District 4.
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Ramaswamy has mounted an insurgent campaign this year as a political outsider, a pharmaceutical industry entrepreneur who has built his message around reshaping the federal government and following in former President Donald Trump’s footsteps.
Legislators approved a slate of new election regulations ahead of the state's presidential primaries in February. Five candidates have made appointments with the secretary of state’s office to file for the race.
Members of the Nevada GOP voted Saturday to establish rules for a party-run caucus that include barring candidates who choose to have their name listed on the ballot for a primary being held two days earlier.
If the proposed constitutional amendment sought by Nevadans for Reproductive Freedom qualifies for the ballot next year, it would need to pass in two consecutive general elections to be added to the state constitution.
National and Nevada GOP leaders are launching a campaign for Republicans to vote early and by mail in the 2024 election, reversing course on a voting method former President Donald Trump lambasted as corrupt in 2020.
Deputy Secretary of State for Elections Mark Wlaschin, who led the hearings and a trio of regulation workshops last month, said during the Monday meeting that the regulations help provide “additional clarity, not only for election officials across the state, but also for members of the public about how elections are conducted.”
After working in the White House after the election, President Joe Biden’s re-election campaign named Alana Mounce as its 2024 ballot access director, tasking her with ensuring the president is on the ballot in all 57 states and territories.
The lawsuit comes alongside another high-profile effort led by six Republican and unaffiliated Colorado voters, who earlier this week sued to block Trump from the state’s ballot — a case that Trump’s team is actively fighting against.
Marchant, a prominent election denier and fervent Trump supporter, has framed the race as “MAGA vs. establishment,” a reference to the institutional support for Brown, who has declined to endorse Trump.