The front-runner for the GOP nomination for Nevada's Senate seat said he would not support a national abortion ban. In response, Democrats continued to label him as an anti-abortion extremist.
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Rosen's donor base lives in all 50 states and frequently donated to other Democratic senators in swing states. Brown's base is less robust, but experts expected to increase if he becomes the GOP nominee.
Ethics cases can cover a wide range of campaign activities: from police and fire chiefs using their uniforms to campaign and endorse other candidates, using public employees’ staff time toward a re-election bid or using a county law enforcement notification app for political promotions.
During the Esmeralda County Board of Commissioners’s Feb. 5 meeting, Mary Jane Zakas presented a letter from the Esmeralda County Republican Central Committee requesting to recall Elgin. Commissioners also discussed possible budget cuts to the elections department.
The organization backing the petitions, Fair Maps Nevada, began pushing the proposed ballot measures late last year — the third attempt by the group to put an independent redistricting commission before voters in as many election cycles.
On the Democratic side, primary turnout reached nearly 135,000, beating the 2008 caucus record of 118,000. On the Republican side, primary turnout surpassed 80,000, topping the 2016 caucus record of 75,000.
The Silver State win would secure 26 delegates for Trump, his largest single delegate haul thus far, and a third electoral victory heading into a Republican primary in South Carolina later this month that could seal the 2024 Republican nomination for the former president.
Two days after Nikki Haley’s campaign was outvoted 2-1 in Nevada’s non-binding presidential primary in favor of no one, Nevada Republicans will gather tonight to declare former President Donald Trump a unanimous winner in the state’s party-run caucus.
The political dynamics now offer Democrats the opportunity to message their willingness to fund border agencies and curb the asylum system while painting Republicans — who have long made securing the border a campaign issue — as the obstacle to doing so.
Haley ignored Nevada this election cycle, making no official visits, and instead focused on other early nominating contests. In the Iowa caucuses, she placed third behind Trump and Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, and she placed second in New Hampshire (DeSantis dropped out after Iowa).
The win is the president’s second in just three days. Biden won South Carolina’s primary on Saturday with more than 96 percent of the vote, as well as a potentially unofficial contest in New Hampshire late last month as a write-in candidate with nearly 64 percent of the vote.