Mostly for worse, as it turns out.
Out-raised in dollars, out-spent on the campaign trail and out-performed, in my opinion, in the debates she attended.
Thank you from Guitar West
In 2007, Nevada Gov. Jim Gibbons was taking a lot of heat for trying to remove a state gambling regulator who had been appointed by the previous governor.
Here we go again, the NDMV is proudly proclaiming advancements in customer care. If your report is correct, for the year 2013, the Nevada DMV has collected windfall taxes equaling $2.8 million, from the kiosk tax levy of $5.00 per transaction.
While state officials and Sesquicentennial lovers are busy celebrating the state’s 150th birthday, I was surprised to learn Pahrump was not part of the state’s first three years.
Well we are pretty fed up with the political advertisements but what are they really saying? After each election process we all claim to have not voted for the politician whom we somehow put into office. Was it magic, apathy or trickery or just plain ignorance where we just voted a party line?
When did you become a Nevadan? Birth? Forty years ago? Last year? Most Nevadans come from somewhere else and are often instead asked how long we’ve lived in Nevada. There is a difference.
Thanks from reader on cleanup of webpage
About a year ago, I interviewed political scientist Fred Lokken about Nevada’s changing politics. Among other things, he said that Nevada’s demographics were falling the Democratic Party’s way, essentially making the state blue.
Pahrump area markets have been victim to a series of armed robberies the past month that have fortunately, as of this writing, not turned violent.
Nye County has selective prosecution
With the rapid approach of the 150th anniversary of Nevada’s statehood, this might be an awkward time to ask the question. But here goes:
The 2014 political season is winding down and the debates are heating up ahead of early voting beginning Saturday. The two-week early voting period continues through Oct. 31, the Friday before Election Day.
In recognition of National Co-op Month, which takes place in October each year to celebrate the benefits of cooperatives, I would like to take a moment to discuss the cooperative business model and its significant impact on our everyday lives.