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Nevada focus groups: Dems open to voting GOP, but don't know enough about Lombardo, very negative on Laxalt

The participants in the groups from the last month and a half – a total of 17 people – ranged from someone who works in a front office at a school to a Republic Services employee to an internet service provider employee.

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Dem poll: Lombardo leads GOP gov primary, but support looks soft

Lombardo had 26 percent in the DGA survey, followed by ex-Sen. Dean Heller and North Las Vegas Mayor John Lee at 13 percent, Reno attorney Joey Gilbert at 12 percent, Las Vegas Councilwoman Michele Fiore at 8 percent and businessman Guy Nohra at 1 percent. The actual leader in the poll was “not sure” at 27 percent.

The clear and present danger

There is something dangerous going on in Nevada – nay, America – and that is why I feel compelled to write this.

Welcome to Indy 2.0

This is a momentous day in our history. I am thrilled to announce three major changes as our little non-profit, which is not so little anymore, evolves into Indy 2.0:

All counties matter!

There has never been an outlet in Nevada that has really tried to cover the entire state.

Yes we can!

Now Luz has taken our Spanish-language efforts to the next level with two developments.

Boys be not proud

A few words about the story of possible Proud Boy infiltration of the state Republican Party, broken by the RJ’s Rory Appleton and then well synthesized in this Michael Scherer piece in The Washington Post.

Meet the new, 'independent' Nevada

The trends here are clear: The Democratic lead in statewide voter registration has decreased by about 40 percent over the last four cycles and non-major-party registration has increased by 50 percent.

It's time to make Nevada matter even more

As the founder of the #WeMatter Caucus, I was thrilled to read this great piece by the AP’s Michelle Price on Nevada’s effort to go first before Iowa and New Hampshire in the Democratic presidential nominating process.

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