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In Las Vegas, local Republicans push back against Lee on impeachment probe

October 11th, 2019 - 2:00am
Hefting signs that read “Susie, you work for Nevadans, not the Squad” and “Don’t Impeach,” several dozen pro-Trump protesters crowded around the Las Vegas-area district office of Democratic Rep. Susie Lee on Thursday in what marked the first salvo by Nevada Republicans to pressure the rookie congresswoman in a swing district on the issue of presidential impeachment.
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Las Vegas nurse joins crowded race for 4th Congressional District

October 9th, 2019 - 1:57pm
The ever-expanding Republican primary field in Nevada’s 4th Congressional District grew once more Wednesday with the announcement that Catherine Prato, the former director of nursing education for the state’s nursing board, launched a bid to flip the seat of Democratic Rep. Steven Horsford.
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Harris calls for transcripts between Trump and Xi to be released

October 3rd, 2019 - 4:01pm
“What I am calling for….we should be sure to get a call on Donald Trump to give up any transcripts or any notes taken about any conversations that he has had with Xi to determine whether this is a conversation that he’s had more than one and had it private because clearly he is inclined to do just that.”
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One forum and many campaign stops keep presidential candidates busy from dawn to dusk

October 2nd, 2019 - 11:06pm
Democratic presidential candidates flocked to Las Vegas on Wednesday for a forum addressing gun violence. But before or after their 30-minute, scheduled time slots at the forum, the nine participating candidates fanned out across Nevada — squeezing every ounce of productivity out of their trips to this early caucus state. 
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Groups seek to boost voter participation among Latinos, younger Nevadans who lag in registration

September 27th, 2019 - 2:00am
Gov. Steve Sisolak proclaimed September 2019 as Nevada’s Voter Registration Month, carrying on a tradition launched in 2002 by secretaries of state across the country. It’s a particularly urgent call because one in three eligible citizens in Nevada is not registered to vote, according to the nonprofit and nonpartisan Voter Participation Center.