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Recognizing a cultural shift, some top Nevada Republican lawmakers have joined an effort to repeal the states's decade-old constitutional language that defines marriage as between a man and a woman, taking the first step toward possibly legalizing
Leaders of the Nevada Republican Party endorsed a path to U.S. citizenship for the 11 million illegal immigrants living in the United States, GOP officials said Thursday, moving to appeal to the state's growing Hispanic population and joining a
When Sue Lowden scored an upset victory over the male Nevada Senate majority leader two decades ago, she helped Republicans take control of the Legislature's upper house from Democrats. She also became part of a brief 1990s surge of GOP women winning
During the Nevada GOP central committee meeting itself, however, most of the target practice Nov. 17 seemed to be aimed at one another. There was an attempt to remove Washoe County Republican Party Chairman Dave Buell from the Nevada GOP executive
Richard and Jessi Constantine were alone recently as they wheeled their 1-year-old son in a stroller around a Las Vegas subdivision, knocking on doors to promote Mitt Romney's candidacy. Yet legions of volunteers working to re-elect President Barack
I continue to hear complaints from homeowners in associations across the valley. They're pleading for relief from what they describe as tyrannical and even criminal HOA boards that commonly practice intimidation and vote sleight-of-hand. What is
Corrupt Republican campaign insider Steve Wark just can't quit the game...At a time Wark ought to be searching his soul following his felony conviction in the FBI-led investigation of local homeowners associations, the admitted election fixer simply
Republican Rep. Vern Buchanan is fighting off a congressional ethics investigation linked to a former business partner and campaign donations. Democratic Rep. Maxine Waters is battling a charge of impropriety about work she might have done to benefit
Francisco Kjolseth The Salt Lake Tribune) Carl Wimmer, former Republican congressional candidate, blames a dysfunctional Nevada Republican Party over this week's debacle over Wimmer's claim he had been hired as the state's GOP political director...
Nevada Republican Party Chairman Michael McDonald said Tuesday the state GOP hasn't hired a new political director after all, a day after a former Utah lawmaker announced he had the job. McDonald said he has never met Carl Wimmer and the state party'