Category Archives: Nevada Politics

April 12, 2024 The Legislature may need to be called into a special session to shore up funding for a state account used for emergencies and unexpected costs that could run out of money, but top Democrats in the Legislature disagreed with the Governor, citing the millions of dollars still in the fund. USPS expects Reno […]

Major League Baseball’s Oakland Athletics are dominating the headlines this week in Nevada with news of the closing of the iconic Tropicana (the future site of their ballpark) and the A’s agreement to play three interim seasons in Sacramento (2025 – 2027) while their $1.5 billion, 33,000-seat stadium is being constructed on the Las Vegas […]

Nevada Secretary of State Cisco Aguilar called for federal funding of elections and more protections of election workers in response to a letter from a House committee chairman who asked for an explanation regarding the voter history glitches that occurred on the secretary of state’s website.State employees and retirees could see health insurance rate hikes ranging […]

This week’s headlines are dominated by election-related topics, including voter registration issues, initiative petitions and candidate announcements. The Secretary of State is facing criticism for delaying the rollout of a much-anticipated centralized voter registration and election system. Additionally, Republicans have initiated legal action against the Democratic Secretary of State and five local election officials. The […]

Governor Lombardo announced a new Director for the Nevada Department of Veterans Services just as the Federal Deputy Secretary of Veteran Affairs outlined a goal for the Southern Nevada Health Care System to house at least 900 veterans experiencing homelessness in 2024.  The Chairman of the Committee on House Administration sent a letter to Secretary of State […]

March 8, 2024 Governor Lombardo spoke with John Ralston about the state of affairs in Nevada this week.  Lombardo said he still supports former President Donald Trump in spite of his indictments, they also discussed housing, education, elections, abortion, healthcare, film tax, the A’s baseball team coming to Las Vegas, as well as energy and […]

March 1, 2024 Governor Lombardo was all about education this week, with a statewide education audit, an exercise program for three elementary or middle schools and an announcement of $6 million in funding for Nevada’s Read by Grade 3 Program!  Nevada counties are struggling to find poll workers in a pivotal election year, and Nevada’s […]

In this week’s Nevada news, Secretary of State Cisco Aguilar apologizes to voters for incorrect information on the SOS website. Communities in Schools of Nevada secures a competitive five-year award from the U.S. Department of Education, part of a $74 million nationwide expansion of the federal Full-Services Community Schools grant program, impacting the transformation of […]

Coverage of elections and of course the Super Bowl continues to dominate the headlines this week.  Other notable news was lawmakers approving approximately   $56 million to fund additional raises for teachers and support staff at seven school districts, renewable energy production in Nevada and its critical role in helping the nation get to zero carbon […]

Vice President Kamala Harris and former President Donald Trump will be visiting Las Vegas tomorrow, January 27th, for separate campaign events in Clark County.  Governor Lombardo announced exciting news from the Office of Economic Development with incredible investments in Nevada, OSHA’s 2024 workplace safety violation penalties increase in accordance with federal adjustment for inflation, a […]