April Becker, a Las Vegas attorney and Republican who narrowly lost a bid to unseat Nevada state Senate Majority Leader Nicole Cannizzaro in 2020, has filed paperwork to challenge Democratic Rep. Susie Lee for the state’s 3rd Congressional District in 2022.
Rory Appleton joined the Review-Journal in May 2019 as a politics reporter after five years with The Fresno Bee, where he most recently covered politics. Born and raised in Fresno, he graduated with a degree in print journalism from Fresno State University before joining his hometown paper, where his work earned six California News Publishers Association top awards in a two-year span.
Republicans targeted Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto Wednesday as part of a series of small national ads seeking to tie Democrats to teachers unions and to schools not reopening during the COVID pandemic.
Clark County Commissioner Tick Segerblom will run for the chairmanship of the Nevada State Democratic Party, he announced Monday on Twitter.
Nye County Commissioner Leo Blundo will not face state charges stemming from a Nov. 26 arrest, he announced at a news conference held in Pahrump on Thursday.
Nevada State Democratic Party Chairman William McCurdy II will not seek re-election next month, the party announced Wednesday.
Transgender service members in Nevada welcomed President Joe Biden’s reversal Monday of a Trump-era ban on their service in the military.
Many of Nevada’s elected officials and their staff members qualify for priority COVID-19 vaccinations under state or federal standards, but the process remains muddled.
Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto took on the thankless job of recruiting Democrats to run for Senate in 2019, and her success has given the Nevadan a boost in Senate leadership.
Newly elected Nevada Assemblywoman Annie Black shared a lengthy account on Friday of her participation in the protest that ultimately led to a deadly riot and occupation of the U.S. Capitol.
Gov. Steve Sisolak appointed Heather Korbulic, executive director of Silver State Health Insurance Exchange, as his office’s policy director for the upcoming legislative session.