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Candidates for a selection of influential statewide offices were asked to respond to a set of key issues relevant to their office.

Candidates for state and local offices share their stances on the issues

November 1st, 2018

Candidates for a selection of influential statewide offices were asked to respond to a set of key issues relevant to their office.

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    Nevada residents are nearing the end of an election cycle that has repeatedly been called one of the most consequential in a generation and will ...

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    The measure has already passed twice in the Legislature and will become law if approved by voters in November, replacing the current victims’ rights guidelines ...

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    Millions have been spent in Nevada on each side of the Energy Choice Initiative, a measure that passed overwhelmingly in 2016 and could be amended ...

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    It’ll take a bigger blue wave than in past decades to flip the balance of power in elected bodies at the state and federal levels, ...

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    So far this election cycle, almost $2 billion has been pumped into the campaign coffers of congressional office holders and candidates. Ask most members of ...

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    Voters will have a slew of candidates to choose from this year, an election season marked by President Donald Trump and a wave of activism. ...

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    Gov. Brian Sandoval has left his mark, strengthening the role of his office as the political climate shakes up Nevada’s future.

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    More than a half-dozen members of Congress resigned or announced retirement in 2017 after they were accused of various forms of harassment. The wave of ...

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    Former U.S. House Speaker John Boehner said Wednesday he has had a change of heart on marijuana and will promote its nationwide legalization as a ...

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    The pounding of drums by Sierra Vista High School Marching Band lead the more than 7,500 protesters from the Smith Center to Las Vegas City ...

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    Nevada’s Republican incumbent senator, Dean Heller, is running in a less-competitive primary now that the president pushed out one of his main contenders ...

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    Michael Wolff makes a convincing case that the campaign that expected to lose gamely morphed into the administration that can’t run the empire.

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    She accepts at least some of the blame for her long campaign’s miserable death.

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    People whose DACA status expires between now and March 5 have until October 5 to renew their forms, which will be evaluated on a case-by-case ...

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    Problems abound over this development, chief of which being the GOP has given zero reasons for launching it.

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    “When you’re drawing the president or anybody, the more attractive they are, the more difficult they are to draw.”

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    It feels good to finally participate, and it’s easier than you’d think.

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    A complete decommission seems unlikely, but it is possible to reduce the acreage of a national monument.

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    Need to know who and how to nudge your representatives? Here are three convenient strategies.

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    Don Logan, the Las Vegas 51s president and longtime face of professional baseball here, has been attending the Baseball Winter Meetings for nearly four decades. ...

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    After Fleetwood Mac opened its T-Mobile Arena concert on Friday with the reliable, rollicking “The Chain” — a 1977 track from best-selling album “Rumours” that ...

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    Held every December since 1992, the game offers all the pageantry of college football with plenty of extra Vegas — and it starts well before ...

  • Dining

    Casa di Amore’s cioppino, Frank’s Favorite at Pasta Shop and more.

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    Meet United Way of Southern Nevada, an organization that unites our community to improve people's lives and supports children and families from cradle to career.

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    From Florida Georgia Line to George Strait, Reba McEntire to Jamey Johnson

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    It’s finally cooler in Las Vegas, which means you probably feel a change in your hair. Or perhaps you just crave a new hairdo. Either ...

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    The holidays can be a wonderful time to celebrate with family and friends. But between shopping, baking, wrapping and running around, who has time? You ...

  • Nightlife

    This place has too much atmosphere for just food and drinks, a vibe that’s both vintage and fresh and completely unique on the Strip.

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    Different retail areas will focus on wine, pasta, cheese, cured meats, Italian desserts, housewares and more.

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    The next two months are a season brimming with food, friends, family and festivities for cultures around the world. From the Philippines to South Africa, ...

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    The booze offerings are generous, and the food menu short and sweet, including $3.50 street tacos with your choice of proteins.

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    “I’m lucky to get to go to Vegas, because you can play every genre there, and I get to go out of the box that ...

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    Las Vegas has the highest risk of suffering a shortage of doctors in obstetrics and gynecology, according to a 2018 workforce study by Doximity, the ...

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    “There’s ground beef, lettuce, tomatoes, and we also use taco sauce and sour cream if the customer wants.” Shredded cheddar cheese completes the Mexican-American sandwich.

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    The collective of 20-somethings—rappers, singers, producers, graphic designers and videographers—has earned a legion of fans, many of whom will surely flood the Chelsea on December ...

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    The fuzzy power-pop foursome plays Beauty Bar on December 7.

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    “I miss my fans, and I want to return to the stage,” says Sutorius, who hits Marquee on December 8.