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Nevada is still counting ballots…here are the most recent numbers: Presidential Race Joe Biden [D] Donald Trump [R] 50.22% 47.51% 670,344 634,158 Difference 36,186 Congressional District 3 Susie Lee [D] Dan Rodimer [R] 49.20% 45.43% 194,085 179,219 Difference  14,866 Congressional District 4 Steven Horsford [D] Jim Marchant [R] 50.78% 45.86% 159,865 144,376 Difference  15,489 Senate […]

Clark County Registrar of Voters, Joe Gloria, gave a press conference this afternoon. Clark County has counted 337,000 out of 413,000 ballots so far. New updates will come every morning at 10am (including the weekend) and they can process up to 70,000 ballots a day. Mail ballots postmarked by November 3rd can be received until November […]

Over the weekend, Governor Sisolak issued the following statement after the State surpassed 100,000 COVID-19 cases since the pandemic began:  “Almost eight months into this public health crisis, Nevada has surpassed 100,000 COVID-19 cases in our State and we have lost almost 1,800 fellow Nevadans to this virus. We are not rounding the corner in this pandemic.Now is not […]

Today, Governor Sisolak joined with Nevada DHHS to provide an update on Nevada’s COVID-19 Vaccination Program Playbook for Statewide Operations that was submitted to (CDC) on Oct. 16. The playbook was put together by the Nevada Division of Public and Behavioral Health.  The Playbook is a draft that the Nevada State Immunization Program will use and […]

The Economic Forum held a meeting today where they heard several presentations on the state of the economy in Nevada. The information is intended to help the forum when they start making their revenue projections in the coming months. Most of the presentations centered around how COVID-19 has impacted the state, programs that are available […]

Today, Governor Sisolak announced that he will be issuing an Emergency Directive lifting restrictions on youth and adult sports and adjusting the COVID-19 statewide guidance on sports.  The new Directive and accompanying guidance will allow for practice, training and competitions for non-contact and minimal-contact sports statewide for both youth and adult sports. Sports leagues must first submit a Preparedness & Safety Plan and comply with all health and safety protocols outlined in the […]

Earlier this week, Carson City District Court Judge James Russell issued a ruling from the bench, saying that state lawmakers had violated the constitutional two-thirds vote requirement for tax increases in passing two bills during the last session that extended tax rates or fees that were set to expire. The taxes included a higher payroll […]

Today, Governor Sisolak signed Emergency Directive 025, which will gradually lift the moratorium on evictions. He urged landlords and tenants to work together and collaborate on repayment plans.  Directive 025 lifts the moratorium on evictions and foreclosures imposed by Directive 008 in phases by allowing residential evictions and foreclosures to resume in full on September 1 for non-payment of rents and no cause evictions. Late fees or penalties […]

The Interim Healthcare Committee met today. They had a COVID themed agenda and with presentations from the state. As of this morning, 107,166 tests have been administered and we are at about 3,990 new tests a day and working to do more community wide tests. 110 new positive cases a day being reported to the state […]