Rep. Jacky Rosen is known for being a relatively sober, careful elected official. So when I first saw the video of her at a Seattle fundraiser bragging about her role on arguably the worst day in Nevada history and making it seem as if she was The Iron Lady among the feckless, I was stunned.
The election is 14 weeks from today, and the Reno Gazette-Journal has helpfully published a poll with results that are not that surprising on the toplines but contain golden information nuggets to be excavated underneath the headlines.
A Supreme Court candidate with a history of Democratic activism who switched his party affiliation before filing and advocates for school choice is now portraying his race as a chance to tilt the court toward a more conservative bent.
Today begins another chapter in the history of The Indy as we unveil our elections page for 2018. This has been weeks in the making, and we are proud to pull back the curtain on what we hope is an informative and user-friendly page that will help illuminate key races this year.
UNITE HERE, the parent of Culinary Local 226, is running a multimedia campaign to persuade Sen. Dean Heller to vote against a measure that would exempt tribal casinos from the National Labor Relations Act.
The Nevada Independent board of directors voted unanimously Monday to retain the $75,000 donation that Wynn Resorts gave to our nonprofit endeavor. The vote came after a lengthy discussion of the pros and cons of keeping the money, returning the money or giving some or all of it to charity.