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Latest Ross Miller Items
A conservative group launched a television and web campaign Monday against Ross Miller, Nevada's Democratic secretary of state and attorney general candidate, for trips and gifts reported on his financial disclosure statements.
Five of Nevada's former first ladies entertained guests on a recent Saturday with hilarious stories about life in the Governor's Mansion, from chasing runaway dogs to handling scandals and visiting the White House.
Las Vegas lawyer Adam Laxalt, grandson of former Nevada Republican governor and U.S. Sen. Paul Laxalt, announced his candidacy for state attorney general on Tuesday in what could become a matchup against the Democratic son of another popular ex-governor.
Nevada's "none of the above" voting option was struck down Wednesday by a federal judge, who ruled the state's decades-old ballot alternative was unconstitutional because votes for "none" don't count in the final tallies that determine winners.
His conservative reputation wounded by the true-life soap opera of an extramarital affair and a betrayed best friend, Nevada Sen. John Ensign is trying to revive his political career and emerge victorious in a contest few think he can win.
On Tuesday there's a good chance "Mickey Mouse" will help bolster the vote count of Pennsylvania Senate candidate Joe Sestak and other Democratic hopefuls across the country.
The Justice Department on Wednesday vowed to thwart any efforts to intimidate voters at the polls on Tuesday and to ensure that the ballots of military voters are counted, as activists on both sides of the political aisle reignite their regular election-time tango over the dangers of voter fraud versus voter suppression.