The G3Wire- October 28, 2022

Election News

October 22 – November 4: General Election Early Voting

November 8: General Election

While we do not have complete numbers for the first week of early voting, we wanted to give an update on what the turnout has been in Clark and Washoe:

Working-class struggles shake Nevada, threatening Democratic Party (Politico)

In Nevada Senate Race, Cortez Masto Fights to Hang On (New York Times)

The fight for Latino voters in Nevada is the future of American politics (Time)

Nevada’s Political Oracle on the State’s Crucial Midterms (NY Magazine)

Nevada governor candidates are debating a ProPublica investigation — but not always accurately (NV Independent)

Secretary of state orders Nye County to halt hand counting of ballots (NV Independent)

Latinos favor Cortez Masto, Sisolak, but poll finds races still neck-to-neck (NV Independent)

Federal Updates

Cortez Masto, Rosen, Announce $9.8 Million for Cleaner School Buses in Clark County

Cortez Masto, Rosen Announce Over $2 Million for Conservation, Clean Up, and Preservation in Nevada

Rosen, Cortez Masto Announce Nearly $9 Million in Federal Funding to Improve Water Quality

Bicameral Statement of Bipartisan Task Forces for Combating Antisemitism 

Reps. Lee, Buck, Titus, and Budd Introduce Bipartisan Legislation to Bolster Federal Response to Organized Retail Crime

Updates from the Governor’s Office

Governor Sisolak proclaims October 31 as Nevada Day

Governor Sisolak, Nevada Housing Division announced the first funding awards for $500 million Home Means Nevada initiative

Funding awarded to increase child care capacity

Environmental Protection Agency awards Nevada $9,875,000 from the Clean School Bus Rebates

State, Local, Labor and Climate Leaders Grateful and Excited About Biden-Harris Administration Funding to Invigorate U.S. Battery Manufacturing

State Agency and Local Government Updates

DETR: County and City Employment and Unemployment Press Release 

DHHS: More than $55 million approved to support Nevada’s Forensic Services

DHHS: Legislature funds programs to support seniors and Nevadans with disabilities

GOED: Lilac Solutions Selected by U.S. Department of Energy for $50 Million Grant Award

Gaming Control Board: September 2022 Nevada Gaming Revenues and Collections 

DOE: Nevada Students Follow the National Trend on 2022 National Assessment

CCSD Updates Community On Investments To Correct Pandemic-Related Outcomes

Articles of Interest

Uncertain future for TPS could mean thousands at risk for deportation in Nevada (NV Independent)

COVID in Context: Health officials concerned over triple threat of COVID, RSV and flu (NV Independent)

September gaming revenue steers Nevada casinos toward another record-breaking year (NV Independent)

Judge: Nevada pharmacy board cannot regulate cannabis, must remove from Schedule 1 drug list (NV Independent)

Sportsbooks brace for record $72.6M loss to ‘Mattress Mack’ (LVRJ)

Legal Threat Over Lithium Mine in Rare Nevada Flower Habitat (US News and World Report)

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