07
OCT
2016

Background check ballot question fires up debate

by Heidi Kyser For its second televised roundtable discussion of questions on the Nevada ballot this November, Vegas PBS focused on No. 1, pertaining to background checks for gun purchses: Shall Chapter 202 of the Nevada Revised Statues be amended to prohibit, except in certain...
22
FEB
2016

In Uncertain Nevada Contest, Cruz Tests Message for West

Feb. 21, 2016: by Patrick Svitek, Texas Tribune: With the South Carolina primary — and a disappointing third-place finish — behind him, Ted Cruz’s campaign is turning west, providing a brief respite from the increasingly high-stakes South and an opportunity to test out a...
06
FEB
2016

Caucuses: A wholly different campaign strategy

February 5, 2016; RGJ  Seth A. Richardson. Caucuses and primaries are vastly different processes. The voting is different, the voter is different and in many cases, like Nevada, campaigns have to develop specific strategies for how to best sell a candidate. Primaries are often...
03
FEB
2016

POLL OF THE DAY: How the Nevada caucus works

BY ALEXANDRIA CANNITO WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 3RD 2016 RENO, Nev. (MyNews4.com & KRNV) — The Iowa caucus is in the books and now all eyes are on New Hampshire as we wait to see who voters pick on both the Democratic and Republican side. But Nevada is also playing a key role in...
05
AUG
2015

All eyes on Trump in GOP presidential debate

Ray Hagar, RGJ, Reno, NV- Thursday’s nationally televised Republican presidential candidates’ debate could produce a record viewership, some Nevada political experts said. And the reason why is Donald Trump. “He is the star of the show,” said Eric Herzik,...