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Election 2024

What Sam Brown has (and hasn’t) said about abortion as Democratic attacks mount

In an interview this summer after announcing his candidacy, Brown declined to say whether he would support or oppose a national abortion ban. He said he would not “deliberate on hypothetical legislation.”

Nevada polls on working class, Hispanic voters highlight 2024 battlefield

A pair of two polls recently conducted in Nevada — one focused on working class voters and the other on Hispanic voters — provides a snapshot of where these voter blocs stand this fall and outlines strategies for how to make durable gains among these key populations ahead of a 2024 election that has both major parties eying Nevada.

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Introducing our 2024 Nevada Elections Guide

We are launching the 2024 edition of our Elections Guide, featuring information voters need to know ahead of Nevada’s upcoming presidential primary contests this February.

Democrat C.H. Miller resigning from Assembly, will run for Las Vegas City Council

Miller, 43, shared the news with The Nevada Independent in an interview Friday, saying his growing family and a plan to move was the motivation behind the decision. He will be the 13th lawmaker so far who is not expected to return to their legislative seat in 2025, either because of term limits, a resignation or a run for another office. 

In North Las Vegas, Vice President Kamala Harris looks to woo young voters

Harris’ visit to the College of Southern Nevada (CSN) comes as part of a nationwide “Fight for our Freedoms College Tour,” a series of campus events aimed at young voters and concentrated so far in a handful swing states — including Nevada, Arizona and Georgia — and states with elections this year, such as Virginia. 

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