The incumbent governor raised more than any of his Republican opponents, and won’t have to spend money in a primary, unlike his GOP foes.
In addition to purchasing ads in Nevada media markets like her competitors, Michele Fiore is investing campaign funds to air her 60-second segment in Palm Beach, Florida, where the former president spends winters at his Mar-a-Lago club.
Eight Republican governor candidates made their first joint appearance on a debate stage Thursday night.
Assemblywoman Annie Black, R-Mesquite, will announce her candidacy Tuesday for Nevada’s 4th Congressional District.
Lt. Ray Spencer, who oversees Metro’s homicide unit, plans to retire in May after two decades on the force, but he has already decided on his next career path.
Robert Plummer, who served nearly three decades on the force and most recently led a police department in California, plans to run for the open seat in Ward 4.
Guy Nohra says running for office “is not life and death,” but thinks he can add a new perspective to the race.
Term-limited in Henderson, March says she will focus on jobs and economic development if elected.
Gubernatorial candidate Dean Heller repaid more than $27,000 and a $10,000 fine stemming from improper contributions stemming from his time in the U.S. Senate.
If elected, Kimi Cole would be the first openly transgender person elected to statewide office in the country.
Former Las Vegas Councilman Bob Beers announced Wednesday that he plans to run for the City Council seat in Ward 4.
There are some similarities between Nevada and Virginia, but there are plenty of differences that make drawing conclusions difficult.
The Las Vegas councilman narrowly lost a bid for Clark County Commission in 2020 in a controversial election.
Lou DeSalvio announced Monday that he will pursue the City Council seat in Ward 6 that is suddenly up for grabs with Councilwoman Michele Fiore setting her sights on governor.