During the roughly eight-week period captured in the FEC’s pre-primary window, the three top Senate candidates combined to raise $5.8 million, with more than half, $3.6 million, coming from Cortez Masto alone.
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Though none of the Republican candidates in District 3 have held office in the Silver State, Becker has emerged as a front runner in the race, bringing in the most money and earning the backing of the Republican establishment.
Officials with the Las Vegas-Clark County Library District said they plan to review their room rental policy after a private event Sunday held at the Clark County Library featured a racist slide in a presentation from the founder of the group Vegas CCW.
Rep. Susie Lee (D-NV) announced Wednesday that she raised more than $575,000 through the first three months of 2022, boosting her cash on hand above $2.1 million ahead of a difficult re-election contest this year.
The U.S. Supreme Court appears poised to overturn Roe v. Wade this summer with a ruling that would erode federal protections for abortion rights, refueling the polarizing debate in many of Nevada’s most competitive races.
The end of filing means campaign season is officially underway, as candidates — including more than 60 who filed in Clark County on Friday — prepare for the June 14 primary election and Nov. 8 general election.
Three key races in Nevada — including a seat in the Senate and two in the House — may prove decisive as Republicans seek to gain and Democrats fight to keep control of a bitterly divided House and Senate.
Rep. Susie Lee (D-NV) continued to refill her campaign coffers through the third quarter after raising more than $660,000, boosting her cash on hand to more than $1.44 million, according to a Friday announcement from her campaign.