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Mitt Romney visits Las Vegas to campaign, fundraise
Mitt Romney visits Las Vegas to campaign, fundraise
Monday, May 16, 2011
Nevada treated Mitt Romney well Monday. He raised more than $10 million here in a single day of fundraising.
Democrats target Rep. Joe Heck for budget vote
Monday, May 16, 2011
As Republican Rep. Joe Heck prepares to visit the 3rd Congressional District for a town hall meeting, Democrats launch a political campaign against him.
Photo: Donald Trump speaks to a group of Republican organ
Donald Trump announces he won't run for president
Monday, May 16, 2011
When Donald Trump visited Las Vegas last month, his candidacy for president seemed inevitable.
Poll shows tight mayoral race; Carolyn Goodman stumbles at luncheon
Poll shows tight mayoral race; Carolyn Goodman stumbles at luncheon
Wednesday, May 11, 2011
Is the tide turning for Carolyn Goodman? Goodman has been the front-runner in the Las Vegas mayoral race since she announced her candidacy in February. But a poll released Tuesday showed her in a dead heat with opponent Chris Giunchigliani.
Ward 3 City Council candidates trade barbs at debate
Tuesday, May 10, 2011
The race for Las Vegas’ Ward 3 City Council seat heated up Tuesday night, with Adriana Martinez accusing Bob Coffin of “promoting stalking” because a private investigator followed her and Coffin accusing Martinez of lying about endorsements and her residency.
City Council members endorse Adriana Martinez for Ward 3
Monday, May 9, 2011
Las Vegas Ward 3 candidate Adriana Martinez picked up endorsements Monday from three City Councilors: Mayor Pro Tem Gary Reese, Councilwoman Lois Tarkanian and Councilman Ricki Barlow.
Democrats criticize Dean Heller's record
Monday, May 9, 2011
A small businessman, an unemployed worker, a senior citizen and a veteran, all Democrats, spoke out Monday about Republican policies they say will make their lives harder.
Frustration of Las Vegas Hispanics tied to National Tequila Party Movement
Frustration of Las Vegas Hispanics tied to National Tequila Party Movement
Friday, May 6, 2011
What started as a casual conversation among frustrated local Hispanic activists has blossomed into a national movement. "We need to be better voters," Tequila Party president DeeDee Garcia Blase wrote.
Special election count: 4 Republicans, 3 Democrats in race to replace Dean Heller
Thursday, May 5, 2011
Add another name to the growing list of candidates running to replace Rep. Dean Heller in Nevada's 2nd Congressional District. Perennial candidate Edward Hamilton said he will enter the special election as a Republican.
Steve Ross, George Harris endorse Carolyn Goodman for Las Vegas mayor
Steve Ross, George Harris endorse Carolyn Goodman for Las Vegas mayor
Tuesday, May 3, 2011
During the primary for Las Vegas mayor, candidates Steve Ross and George Harris never missed an opportunity to slam opponent Carolyn Goodman.
Shelley Berkley accuses Dean Heller of being out of touch with Nevadans
Shelley Berkley accuses Dean Heller of being out of touch with Nevadans
Thursday, April 28, 2011
POLITICS:
Rep. Shelley Berkley's first campaign appearance in the race for U.S. Senate provided an early look at the talking points she'll push heading into the 2012 election.
Las Vegas teachers protest proposed education cuts
Las Vegas teachers protest proposed education cuts
Wednesday, April 27, 2011
Education:
At 2:41 p.m. Wednesday, the front doors to Harney Middle School swung open and half a dozen teachers marched out.
Dina Titus responds to UNLV College Republicans' attacks
Dina Titus responds to UNLV College Republicans' attacks
Tuesday, April 26, 2011
After months of keeping quiet, Dina Titus hit back this week at UNLV College Republicans who are running a campaign against her.
Chris Giunchigliani: Southern Nevada needs a medical school
Tuesday, April 26, 2011
Chris Giunchigliani met with a group of doctors, nurses and medical researchers Tuesday to brainstorm ideas for improving health care in Las Vegas.
Democratic PAC to air radio spot criticizing Rep. Joe Heck for budget vote
Democratic PAC to air radio spot criticizing Rep. Joe Heck for budget vote
Thursday, April 21, 2011
A new political group is launching a radio blitz against Rep. Joe Heck, criticizing him for voting in favor of a Republican budget plan that restructures Medicare.

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