Nevada’s Republican Secretary of State Barbara Cegavkse said Wednesday her office’s just-completed review of the election found no evidence for the state GOP’s claims.
Although the Nevada Republican Party claimed it had submitted more than 122,000 election fraud complaints, officials found fewer than 4,000.
A date that in past years has marked the routine, peaceful transfer of power turned into an ugly assault by rioters who were carrying Trump signs and surrounding the Capitol as violence broke out.
President Donald Trump continued to claim he won the Nov. 3 election even as Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger re-certified the race for President-elect Joe Biden and argued that “disinformation” on the integrity of the election should be condemned.
The debate presents the last chance for both hopefuls to woo undecided voters in face-to-face rhetorical battle. Watch the livestream here.
The Nevada Poll™ finds that nearly half of Nevadans disapprove of how Gov. Steve Sisolak has handled the coronavirus crisis, while 46 percent approve of his actions.
The majority of Nevadans want the next president to be highly attentive to Social Security, Medicare and the cost of prescription drugs, The Nevada Poll™ found.
President Donald Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden are neck and neck in Nevada, according to new figures released Tuesday in The Nevada Poll™.
President Donald Trump told the Review-Journal on Sunday that he did not believe he was subject to an order limiting gatherings to 50 people when he addressed a crowd of thousands at an indoor rally in Henderson.
President Donald Trump Tuesday issued a pardon to former bank robber and Hope for Prisoners founder Jon D. Ponder, just as Ponder was preparing to speak on the second night of the Republican convention.
A Nevada GOP activist said he re-registered as a Democrat last weekend and offered Sen. Bernie Sanders as his first choice.
The governor joined other top state Democrats Tuesday in calling for Nevada to retire party-run caucuses to chose a presidential candidate and switch to primaries.
Former U.S. Sen. Harry Reid said in a statement Sunday that the Democratic Party should abandon caucuses everywhere and switch to primary elections to nominate the president instead.
The former South Bend, Indiana, mayor’s campaign sent a letter to the state Democratic Party demanding it correct “errors and inconsistencies” during the caucus count.
To win in Nevada, White House hopefuls still must oppose plans to build a repository for 110,000 metric tons of nuclear waste just 90 miles northwest of Las Vegas.