Clark County Commission swears in Ross Miller as opponent takes challenge to Supreme Court
January 4th, 2021 - 3:57pm
The commission voted to certify the recount’s results on Dec. 15. Anthony’s lawsuit for a new Clark County Commission election was rejected by a judge on Christmas Eve, but Anthony filed a notice on Monday with the Nevada Supreme Court to appeal the District Court’s decision denying his request.
Judge rejects request for new Clark County Commission election sought by Stavros Anthony amid narrow loss to Ross Miller
Clark County Commission votes to certify recount results, 15-vote victory for Democrat Ross Miller
Evictions proceed apace on eve of new moratorium, county commission scrutiny
December 14th, 2020 - 8:37pm
While Gov. Steve Sisolak previously said a federal eviction moratorium would serve as a safety net when the state-level protections lapsed, it has proved to be quite a porous one. He said his advisers encouraged him to implement one again to prevent thousands of people from ending up on the streets or in crowded living conditions just as the state experiences its worst COVID-19 transmission levels to date.
Recount reaffirms, widens Ross Miller’s narrow victory in Clark County Commission race
Investigation of library’s ‘Black Lives Matter’ statement finds librarian did not violate policy; report says increased communication necessary
The Indy Explains: Clark County begins five-day recount process in race determined by 10 votes
December 8th, 2020 - 2:00am
Clark County Election Department staff were on site bright and early at 5 a.m. on Monday to start a recount for the District C seat on the county commission — a process that election staff expect to take five days and that cost losing candidate Stavros Anthony nearly $80,000.
Officials say camp cleanups needed to protect homeless and environment, but advocates call for broader solutions
December 6th, 2020 - 2:00am
Amid a global pandemic and an unforgiving job market that’s spurring housing insecurity, Nevada's decision makers are grappling with ways to balance concerns that homeless individuals are creating safety and sanitation problems, with the reality that there are not enough resources to protect unsheltered populations from the harsh elements of the environment.
Republican Stavros Anthony files for recount in Clark County Commission race he lost by 10 votes
As remote learning continues, City of Las Vegas to create wireless network with six-figure grant
Clark County certifies Democrat Ross Miller’s 10-vote victory in commission race
December 1st, 2020 - 1:19pm
The Clark County Commission voted unanimously Tuesday to certify the results of the general election for the District C race, affirming Democrat Ross Miller as the race’s winner with a 10-vote margin of victory in a district where more than 150,000 ballots were cast.
Reno council race decided by 82 votes as ward becomes central to questions of preservation, development
December 1st, 2020 - 2:00am
Supporters heralded the Ward 1 election results as a victory for independence and accountability on a council they say often acts in concert with special interests, but critics bemoaned the results as maintaining a combative presence on the council that could hinder needed development and growth.
Commission candidate’s motion to stop vote certification in District C race denied
Commission candidate asks court to stop Clark County Commission from certifying 10-vote victory in District C
November 25th, 2020 - 2:35pm
Republican candidate Stavros Anthony filed a motion with the Clark County District Court on Wednesday seeking to prevent the Clark County Commission from canvassing the votes in the District C election and from reconsidering the decision not to certify those results at its Tuesday meeting.
Special election plans on hold in Clark County Commission race decided by 10 votes
Democratic candidate sues Clark County after commission declines to certify his 10-vote victory, instead pursues special election
Clark County calls for re-vote in commission race decided by 10 ballots; discrepancies outnumber victory margin
November 16th, 2020 - 4:02pm
Clark County commissioners have certified all the results of the general election — except in the race for the commission seat representing District C, where ballot discrepancies outnumber Democrat Ross Miller’s 10-vote victory and a special election will be held.